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Two poisonous snakes (Indian cobras): four figures showing the snakes' hoods, seen from above and below, indicating the distinctive 'spectacle'and 'V-shaped' markings. Watercolour, ca. 1795.
- Russell, Patrick, 1727-1805.
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1 painting (album leaf 6) : watercolour ; sheet 46.2 x 32.9 cm
Wellcome Library no. 566843i
Lettering includes the name of the snake written in the Teluga language of South East India
Bears number: VI