Micoc and Tootac

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An 'Esquimaux' mother and child brought to England and presented to George III. She holds a medal given to her by the King. Russell, from Guildford, worked mainly in pastels.

Guildford House Gallery



Micoc and Tootac




oil on canvas


H 75 x W 60 cm

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purchased with the assistance of the Friends of Guildford House Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum Purchase Grant Fund, 1997

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