Gitanas at La Galera

Sir William Russell Flint

russell flint  gitanas at la Galera, mounted
'Gitanas at La Galera'
Date of Publication August, 1970.
Signed,Limited Edition print of 850.
Image size 26.75" X 20"

russell flint  gitanas at la Galera text

"Gitanas" is the feminine version of Gitano - a gypsy and "la galera" can mean a waggon, hut or shed. It may apparently be applied to a caravan and hence idiomatically to any gypsy shelter.

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