In Collaboration With Bruce Anderson

These are company pictures that were available for sale in Hong Kong. They were still most likely to be bought by East India Company men - who dominated the trade in Asia. They are likely to be from the late eighteenth or early nineteenth centuries. They are painted on rice paper. Compare these to the India Company Paintings painted on mica.

Junk Punishment
Musician Sampan
Musician Swordsman
Punishment Musician
Man with Chain
Man on Horse Man with Umbrella
Person Man with Cover
Man with Signboard
Musician Prisoner
Lychee Fruit
Ship Man with Signboard
Musician Punishment
Punishment Ship

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