Spanish Beggars

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Figure group of a Spanish beggar in ragged clothes, with two small children, a boy carried on his back and a young girl standing to the left of him. He stands with a shawl wrapped around himself and his son, a hat carried in one hand, against a whitewashed wall with Moorish architectural detail. The colours are muted and dull shades of red, blue and off-white.

Manchester Art Gallery



Spanish Beggars


oil on canvas


H 120.8 x W 96.5 cm

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Acquisition method

gift from Mrs Isaac H. Morris, 1898

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