This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of Sri Lanka. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
Buddhist Temple: With sailors from the USS Mississippi.
Miniature Map: With indigenous script types and eleven vignettes.
Adam’s Peak (Sri Pada): Prospect of the shrine with Brahmins and key in Dutch.
Jaffna Fort: Built by the Portuguese after the overthrow of the Aryacakravarti dynasty in 1619 and seized 40 years later by the Dutch. With key in English.
Kandy: Panoramic view surrounded by 9 vignettes around the island.
Dambulla (Karangalle): View of the entrance to the Golden Temple of Dambulla. After Capt Charles Auber.
Point de Galle: View of the port with Adam’s Peak (Sri Pada) in the distance.
Galle: View along the coast on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka. Looking towards a lighthouse.
View taken from Ramboda Plantation.
Manner of Passing a River Between Point de Galle & Columbo.
Treble view: Panorama of Colombo port, an elephant hunt from Le Prince, and a boar hunt from Capt. Frederick Marryat’s.
Adam’s Peak (Sri Pada): With views of the railway, Rangboda Falls and Dagoba at Anarajoopora.
Point de Galle: Panoramic view from the Laccadive sea.