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A Young Daughter of the Picts, Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues, ca. 1533–before 1588, French, active in England from ca.1580., Formerly attributed to John White, active 1585–1593, British, ca. 1585, Watercolor and gouache, touched with gold on parchment, S

A Young Daughter of the Picts, Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues, ca. 1533–before 1588, French, active in England from ca.1580., Formerly attributed to John White, active 1585–1593, British, ca. 1585, Watercolor and gouache, touched with gold on parchment, Sheet: 10 1/4 × 7 3/8 inches (26 × 18.7 cm) and Frame: 20 3/8 × 15 3/8 × 1 inches (51.8 × 39.1 × 2.5 cm), botany, ethnology, figure study, flowers (plants), hair, lance, miniature painting, religious and mythological subject, root, science, settlement, spear, sword, tattoos, women. (Photo by: Sepia Times/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
A Young Daughter of the Picts, Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues, ca. 1533–before 1588, French, active in England from ca.1580., Formerly attributed to John White, active 1585–1593, British, ca. 1585, Watercolor and gouache, touched with gold on parchment, S
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Credit:
Sepia Times / Contributor
Editorial #:
1314589740
Collection:
Universal Images Group
Date created:
02 January, 1754
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Not released. More information
Source:
Universal Images Group Editorial
Object name:
981_06_ql_c201210_01938
Max file size:
3557 x 4992 px (30.12 x 42.27 cm) - 300 dpi - 8 MB