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The Hirkarrah Camel (A Scene in the East Indies)

Photo credit: Sir John Soane’s Museum

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Sir John Soane’s Museum



The Hirkarrah Camel (A Scene in the East Indies)




oil on canvas


H 21.4 x W 29 cm

Accession number

SM P244

Acquisition method

purchased from the artist, 1832

Work type


Inscription description

The Hirkarrah Camel/ W. Daniell pinx/ 1832 and The only manufactory of genuine Flemish grounds on panel and millboards, patronised by the Royal Academy, and the late Sir Thomas Lawrence, established 1795 by R. Davy. Colourman to artists no. 83, Newman Street, London. Improved oil grounds, on panel and millboards, to any tint or texture, with every requisite for oil painting of the best quality. W. Davy, printer, Gilbert Street, Grosvenor Square.


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