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A fine early 18th century gros point needlework. Signed Jane Chapman. I.C. 1730

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A fine early 18th century gros point needlework. Signed Jane Chapman. I.C. 1730, depicting a seated man in a red cloak in a stylised landscape with sheep and a dog. 90 x 50cm.

ID:  17729

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