signed by artist, lower right in ink on print: L. Tripe; typeset in black ink on white paper label affixed to mount, lower center: No. 24. Pugahm Myo. Entrance to the Shwe Zeegong Pagoda. / Shwe Zeegong is one of the most favourite places of worship in Burmah. It enshrines a facsimile of one of Gautama's teeth. It dates from about A. D. 1064.
Marks and Labels
artist’s blindstamp on mount, upper center: BY THEE I DRAW
Linnaeus Tripe [1822-1902]; presented to James Broun-Ramsay, 1st Marquess of Dalhousie [1812-1860], Governor-General of India [1848-1856], February 1857; by descent to the Broun-Ramsay family; (sale, Sotheby's, London, 9 May 2012, part of Lot 211); NGA purchase (through Hans P. Kraus, Jr., Inc., New York), 2012.