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Dalziels' Bible Gallery - Joseph's Coat

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Compositional Sketch and four Studies for Jacob's Granddaughter - Bottom Right: Jacob Sits On A Pedestal With His Granddaughter By His Feet On The Left And A Male Figure On The Right. Four Of Joseph's Brothers Stand On The Right Holding His Coat. A Dog Standing In The Centre Of The Composition Sniffs The Coat. Top: Three Nude Sketches Of A Child, For The Figure Of Jacob's Granddaughter, Seated With Knees Bent Up And One Sketch Of An Instrument With A Wheel. Bottom Left: Sketch For Jacob's Granddaughter In Costume.

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