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Images Dated 9th February 2012

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A Mother and Child being Ferried across a River with a Town Beyond, 1913 (oil on canvas) Featured 9 Feb 2012 Image

A Mother and Child being Ferried across a River with a Town Beyond, 1913 (oil on canvas)

658850 A Mother and Child being Ferried across a River with a Town Beyond, 1913 (oil on canvas) by Dupuy, Paul Michel (1869-1949); 45.7x64.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: A Mother and Child being Ferried across a River with a Town Beyond. Paul Michel Dupuy (1869-1949). Oil on canvas. Dated 1913. 45.7 x 64.8cm.); Photo © Christie's Images

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An aerial view of Nevesinje, which has gone without water Featured 9 Feb 2012 Image

An aerial view of Nevesinje, which has gone without water

An aerial view of the isolated city of Nevesinje, which has gone without water and electricity for the past five days after power lines and infrastructure were damaged by heavy snowfall in eastern Bosnia, February 9, 2012. Europe's bitterly cold weather killed another 33 people on Monday, with Bosnia recording its eighth victim after an 87-year-old woman died of hypothermia. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

The Man Mundil or Hindoo Observatory, Benares 1829 (pencil and watercolour) Featured 9 Feb 2012 Image

The Man Mundil or Hindoo Observatory, Benares 1829 (pencil and watercolour)

651908 The Man Mundil or Hindoo Observatory, Benares 1829 (pencil and watercolour) by Prinsep, James (1799-1840); 17.5x26.4 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Man Mandir and Man Singh Observatory. The building was converted into an observatory by Jysing, A.D. 1680...The large stone azimuth circle is nearly seen towering above the centre of the building...The rooms nearest to the spectator were the residence of the chief pundit, who had a small equatorial dial on top of his house, to serve, no doubt as his private chronometer...the group in the foreground represents a Mahratta family crossing a ferry'); Photo A© Christie's Images; English, out of copyright

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