From merchants to emperors: British artists and India, 1757-1930
Cornell University Press, 1986 - Art - 231 pages
During the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, the British established a presence in India that was to last over three centuries. Throughout these years of British control, exciting moments of discovery occurred as the two cultures met and interacted.
11 pages matching Colored engraving in this book
Results 1-3 of 11
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Preface by Pratapaditya
Strangers in the Land of Regrets
Native Artists and Exotic
4 other sections not shown
Albumen print amateur artists Anglo-Indian Anonymous aquatints Archer artists in India beautiful Benares Bengal Bombay British Art British artists British patrons Calcutta camera Center for British Clive Colored engraving colorplate Delhi depicted Devis dian drawing durbar Edward Lear England English European Felice Beato festival Forbes Ganges George Chinnery ghats Hindoo Hindu Hodges's Ibid imperial India Office Library Indian artists Johann Zoffany John Willis Collection Kalighat landscape Library and Records Lithograph London Lord Lucknow Madras maharajas ments Mogul monuments Moslem Murshidabad Mutiny nabobs native nautch Nawab painter painting Patna Paul Mellon Paul Mellon Collection pencil photographs picturesque plates portrait princes Prinsep professional Records British Library river rulers rupees sahibs Samuel Bourne scene sepoys servants Sir Charles D'Oyly sketches Solvyns style subjects suttee temple Thomas John Willis Tilly Kettle tion trees ture views visited India Walter Collection Warren Hastings Watercolor William Hodges women wrote Yale Center Zoffany