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Hooghly River: View of the Dina Marlinga temple on the banks of the river near Chandannagar. After Theodore-Auguste Fisquet, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Elephanta Island (Gharapuri) in Mumbai Harbour: View of the open portico entrance to the Great Cave dedicated to the Lord Shiva. After William Westall RA.
Fort of Currah (Kara): View of the Hindu shrine with steps leading down to the river Ganges.
Tiruchirappalli: View of the Great Pagoda and complex.
The Triad of Bhrahm, Vishnu and Siva.
Gujaret: Bhuj. Rajah of Cutch and his Vassalls. Cavalry departing from the fortress at the capital Bhuj. After Capt. Grindlay
Madhya Pradesh (Bundelcund}: View of a Hill fort and shrine.
Moorshedabad: View of the palace of the Nawab of Moorshedabad.
Fort St. George on the Coromandel Coast. View of coast and first British fortress in India, built by the East India Company in 1644.
Junno Mountain: View from below Soubabgoom. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas.
Masulipatam (Bandar): Panorama of the city and port in c1695. The East India Co was established here in 1611.
Ceremony of weighing the Great Mogul on his birthday. The Royal pavilion was part of the mobile encampment of the Mogul court.
Mount Everest (Deoduingha – Holy Mountain): View at sunrise. After the first Western women to see Everest.
Kalbadevi Road, Bombay: Street view looking towards the templ. Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Images from the ill-fated expedition of Mallory and Irvine. Six cards including a baggage yak.
Mysore: View of the distant fort with the temple of Siva as Cudanathesvara on the left, and a choultry on the right where the Daniell’s entourage rests.
Red Fort of Delhi: View of the interior of the Diwan-I-Khas (Private Audience hall).
Polo with Nawabs of Baltistan at Skardo, North Kashmir.
Our Camp Ascending the Snowfields: Junno Mountain: View from below Soubabgoom. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas during a perilous 600 mile journey.
Kinchinjunga and Pundeem: View of the peaks in the moonlight.Nepaul: Plains of Nepal from Mount Tongloo. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas during a perilous 600 mile journey.
View from Fort William.
View from Darjeeling of Deodunga the highest mountain in the world lately measured by Colonel A. S. Waugh. Waugh succeeded Everest as Surveyor General, and would later name the peak after his predecessor as it had been impossible to ascertain one name for that particular peak.
Calcutta: Contemporary panorama of the river port showing British forts.
Bihar: Part of the Interior of Umnga Surya Temple at Deo.
Badges of Native States used on Red Ensign: Baroda, Bhavnagar, Cambay, Cochin, Janjira and Junagadh.
Old Delhi: Ruins of the south side.
Fort George (Mumbai): North West view of the fort built by the East India company around the Castle of Bombay (Casa da Orta). After William Westall RA.
Benares: View from Katasar on the Ganges riverbank from Manikarnika Ghat to Aurangzab Mosque. Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
P & O Steamer outward bound: After Percy Spence.
Bangalore: East view of the city with the Labagh Botanical Gardens during the Third Mysore War (1792).
Mausoleum of Shah Begum, a Rajput wife of Emperor Jehangire.
Allahabad: Rani-ka-Mahal or Queen’s pavilion within the palace at the Fort of Allahabad.
Hurdwar: View of the steps and inlet to the Ganges during the fair held in April.
Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz near Allahabad: Part of the burial complex at Khusrau Bagh, and may actually be the tomb of the sultan’s sister Nisar Begum.
Nepal: Kathmandu. Basantapur Darbar Kshetra. Six views of the temples and palaces of the Royal Court.
View over the port of Kolkata.
Baramahal: View in the pass near Krishnagiri during the Third Anglo-Mysore War of 1792.
Fort William: View of the Old Fort and Maidan on the eastern banks of the Hooghly river.
Red Fort: Exterior of Diwan-I-Khas (Private Audience hall). After Reginald Baratt.
Patan. Corner of Duirbar Square. After Percy Brown.
Mount Everest: From the Rongbuk Valley. 1921 British Reconnaissance Expedition.
Kashmir: Entry of the Prince of Wales and his entourage on elephants.
Bihar: Rohtasgarh Fort in the Kaimur Hills.
Diamond’s Harbour (Hajipur): View of the inlet on the Hooghly river, now in the southern part of the city. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Akshaya Vat, Bihar: The sacred banyan tree at the Vishnupada temple at Gaya.
Hooghly River: View of a temple complex from the river. After Theodore-Auguste Fisquet, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-
Agra: From the Jamara Baug.
Images from the ill-fated expedition of Mallory and Irvine. Six cards including the tip of Everest.
Panoramic view towards the Hooghly River.
Hooghly River: The corvette La Bonite in a gale. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Tiger Hunting: Driving a Tiger out of the Jungle. After the on the spot sketch by Capt Thomas Williamson.
Ceremony of washing the goddess Kali and the icon of Lord Jagannath.
Nepaul: Plains of Nepaul from Mount Tongloo. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas.
Raputana (Ragasthan): Tonk. View of the city and fort on the Banas River. After the on the spot drawing of Capt. Charles Auber.
Gujaret: Ahmedabad. The mosque of Sidi Bashir and the Shaking Minarets (Jhutta Minar).
Darjelling: Bhootia Busti with the Eastern Himalayas. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas.
A smoking party in the Bengal.
Saurashtra: Kathiawar. Camel escort and caravan of pilgrims with a temple in the distance.
Madras: Panoramic view of the coast with a schooner at anchor.
Batecalo Fort: Built by the Portuguese in the lagoon of Batecalo, and seized 10 years later by the Dutch.
Nursyng: View from the Singaleelah range. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas.
Punj Mahalla gateway to the palace of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula. With fish emblem of the Nawabs Avadh ansd a ramp for elephants.
Kursalee: With the Himalayas rising above.
Singaleelah: View of the desolate heights. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas during a perilous 600 mile journey.
Raputana (Ragasthan): View on Banas River near Tonk. After the ‘on the spot’ drawing of Capt. Charles Auber.
Nursyng and Pundeem: Evening view from Soubahoom. After the first Western artist to depict the Eastern Himalayas during a perilous 600 mile journey.
Agra: View of the Palace.
Rohtasgarh Fort, Bihar: North West view over the fort and the Kaimur Hills with the Harsichandra temple in the distance.
Kathmandu: Kal Bhairav shrine in Hanuman Dhoka (Durbar square).
Lucknow: Palace of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daulah from the river Gomti.
View of the holy city in Bahar from across the river Neranjana.
Panoramic view of the city and its environs. After a sketch by an officer of the Bengal Artillery.
View of the village and temple near the Choor Chandni peak.
An early-19th century depiction of the Zodiac as represented in Hindu astrology.
Tea Garden on the borders of Nepal.
Velha Goa (Old Goa). Panorama of the port on the Mahadayi (Mandovi) River built by Adilshah dynasty of the Sultanate of Bijapur and captured by the Portugese.
Jhoola (Swing): The popular diversion of swinging.
Mount Everest: North Face from Chang La. 1922 British Expedition
Chandannagar: View of the harbour on the Hooghly River. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Pondicherry: View of the village of Valdaour near to Pondicherry. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Geriah Fort: Base of the Maratha pirate Tulagee Angria under attack by an Indo-Portuguese naval force commanded by British Admirals Pocock and Watson.
British Overseas: 9th Bengal Cavalry. Officers and Troopers.
Mount Everest: Northen Ridge from Chang La. 1922 British Expedition.
Flag of India as part of the British Empire.
Kanheri Caves at Salsette: Part of the caves carved out by Buddhist monks, with the artist sketching in the foreground.
Agori: The temples of Kali and a great Banyan tree on the river Son.
Achibal Bagh. The great waterfall in the palace grounds. Villiers-Stuart resided in India and was a Fellow of the Royal Horticultural Society and the Institute of Landscape Architects.
An Omrah, a dancing girl and a lady of the Harem.
Street behind Masijid i Jahan Muma (Jama Masjid).
Mausoleum of Amir Khusero (Chaunsath Kambha) is actually the tomb of Mirza Aziz Koka, son of Ataga Khan.
Goa Velha: Panoramic view from the Arabian sea of the capital of Portuguese India.
Pondicherry: View of the coastline from the Bay of Bengal. After Barthélemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Kashmir: View of the Kashmir Valley and the Pir Panjal range.
Taj Mahal. Bird’s eye view of the tomb built in 1632 by Shah Jehan for his wife Mumtaz Majal.
Lucknow: Panoramic view over the Gomti towards the Qaisar Bagh Palace complex built by the last Nawab of Awadh, Wajid Ali Shah.
Mount Everest: The North East Arete. 1921 British Reconnaisance Expedition.
The Rumi Dermazah and the New Palace at Lucknow.
Gaur (Jannatabad): View of the ancient city.
Diwan-I-Khas: Hall of Private Audiences at the Red Fort, Delhi. Villiers Stuart resided in India and was a Fellow of the Royal Horticultural Society and the Institute of Landscape Architects.
Panoramic view from the Arabian Sea. Goa was founded during the 15th Century by the Bijapur Sultanate; it was captured by the Portuguese in 1510 and became capital of their Indian Empire.
Himalayas: Mountain Mists after Maj. Molyneaux.
Lucknow: From the river Gomti with the palace of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula on the left and palace of Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula.
View of the Nallah Mar (Mar Canal). After Edward Molyneaux.