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Jellalalabad, january 13th 1842 this painting (the only one of butler’s owned by a major national art gallery) had a starring role in the tate’s ‘art and empire’ exhibition of 2015/6, and it is worth noting that, hanging nearby at that exhibition, were paintings by two of her rivals, fripp and. $133.61+ guiseppe garibaldi and his army in the battle with the neopolitan royal troops for sale by andrew howat It depicts william brydon, assistant surgeon in the bengal army, arriving at the gates of jalalabad in january 1842.
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Amo a618/41 of 7 august orders r.a.f. Acquisition presented by sir henry tate 1897. Immortalised in lady butler’s, ‘the remnants of an army’ painted in 1879 this remains the british empire’s greatest.
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Remnants of an army is an artwork on useum. It depicts william brydon, assistant surgeon in the bengal army, arriving at the gates of jalalabad in january 1842. The painting depicts the lone soldier, dr william brydon, reaching the safety of jalalabad fort, held by the british.
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