A Garrow woman carrying a load of cotton

Drawing in water-colour of a Garo woman and man on cream paper mounted on cream card. The woman, on the left, is carrying a load on her back, carries a staff, and wears gold earrings, a necklace of bands of white beads, and a short horizontally striped skirt cloth. The man wears a loincloth and a length of blue fabric crossed over his chest, and holds a shield and sword. The left hand painting is titled below 'A Garrow woman carrying a load of cotton.'

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