Audio: Bashaw

'Bashaw, The Faithful Friend of Man, Trampling Underfoot His Most Insidious Enemy', by Matthew Cotes Wyatt, England, UK, 1831-34. Museum no. A.4-1960

'Bashaw, The Faithful Friend of Man, Trampling Underfoot His Most Insidious Enemy', by Matthew Cotes Wyatt, England, UK, 1831-34. Museum no. A.4-1960

19th-century opinions of the sculpture of the dog Bashaw.

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