Goond — Cashmere Blossoming by Edward Clifford (1826-1897). 1888. Watercolor, 12.00 x 17.00cm (4.72 x 6.69 inches). Inscribed “Goond.” Provenance: Given by the artist to Rev. Wilson Carlile; Reginald Clifford Carlile; Elizabeth Carlile and thence by descent. Courtesy of Sarah Colegrave Fine Art. Click on image to enlarge it.

This work, one of a group of six watercolours of Kashmir and India, was given by the artist to Wilson Carlile, founder of the Church Army. Clifford was honorary Secretary of the Church Army, an evangelistic Anglican society.

Image and text courtesy of Sarah Colegrave, London, which retains copyright. Readers of the Victorian Web may wish to consult the gallery's site. — George P. Landow


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