British School, circa 1820 Two donkeys in a landscape
Lot 13
British School, circa 1820 Two donkeys in a landscape
Sold for £1,187 (US$ 1,967) inc. premium
Lot Details
British School, circa 1820
Two donkeys in a landscape
signed with initials 'B.L.' (lower left),
oil on panel
28 x 31cm (11 x 12 3/16in).
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