A Tibetan Vegetable Seller c.1910. Traditional Tibet merchant costume Gallery: Views of Darjeeling: With typical native portraits and groups by J. Burlington Smith.
Traditional Nepali Cooly Girls costumes c.1910.
Traditional Nepali Cultivators costumes c. 1910.
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A Tibetan Lama with Prayer Wheel c.1910.
Traditional Lepcha Man costume c. 1910. The Lepcha are a tibet Burmese mountain farmer-folk, which is located in the region of the eastern Himalayas, Sikkim, Kalimpong and Darjeeling, as well… Read More
Tibetan Mask Dancers at Ghoom Monastry in skeleton costumes. Gallery: Views of Darjeeling: With typical native portraits and groups by J. Burlington Smith.
The White Peacock and others, by George Sheringham, Jessie Marion King, Hans Frank, Allen W. Seaby.
Frederick MARRIOTT, (1860-1941). Painter and etcher of landscapes, architectural subjects and portraits.
Embroidered chair back by Robert Anning Bell. Art nouveau design
Scottish Liberal politician Samuel Chisholm 1836-1923. “Samuel Chisholm, ESQ., LL.D.” from the portrait by the Scottish landscape and genre painter Joseph Henderson (1832–1908).