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The Thailgaupa River at its Source in the Lakes of Gosainkund, sketched from the Tibetan Village of Donchah 1860

by Dr. H.A. Oldfield

The Thailgaupa River at its Source in the Lakes of Gosainkund, sketched from the Tibetan Village of Donchah 1860 - Dr. H.A. Oldfield
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The Thailgaupa River at its Source in the Lakes of Gosainkund, sketched from the Tibetan Village of Donchah 1860 - Dr. H.A. Oldfield

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English: "The Thailgaupa River at its Source in the Lakes of Gosainkund, sketched from the Tibetan Village of Donchah 1860" oil on Canvas.
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1860

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Dr. H.A. Oldfield

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