Product images of A Chinese man pushing a wooden wheelbarrow with a rickshaw in the background
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A Chinese man pushing a wooden wheelbarrow with a rickshaw in the background
A photograph of a Chinese wheelbarrow man, dressed in loose short trousers with loose dark jacket, sandals and light-coloured hat in Shanghai. He pushes an empty, wooden-spoked, single-wheeled wooden barrow. To his right is a single storey European style building with small walled front garden and gate. In front of the gate is a two wheeled pulled-rickshaw with a single occupant - a Chinese man dressed smartly in Chinese-style clothes and a Qing-dynasty hairstyle of shaven forehead and queue at the back. The rickshaw puller - who has set the rickshaw down and has his back to the camera - is dressed in light short trousers, light jacket, and a traditional Chinese conical straw hat.
Object number: 64412
Artist: Kenneth Hurlstone Jones
Original dimensions: 82 mm x 102 mm
- Image reference: N64412
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London