A Garrow Chauny

Drawing with water-colours of a Garo Chauny - a multi-purpose building on stilts with a sloping roof for sheltering animals and for living and working in. Includes on the left a hand-written key: (1) The place for the cattle (2) The inclosed platfrom for the children (3) The platform on which the women work. The title is also handwritten below the painting: 'A Garrow Chauny'. On cream paper mounted on thin cream card.

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