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  • A general view in Ootacamund

    View, Aquatint, Hand colouring

    A General View in Ootacamund was published in Captain Richard Barron’s Views in India, Chiefly among the Neelgherry Hill...

  • A view of Calcutta taken from Fort William

    Engraving, View

    In 1779 William Hodges travelled to India under the patronage of Warren Hastings (1732–1818). He remained there for six ...

  • Cashmere Gate, Delhi

    Photograph, View Created date: 1858

    Cashmere Gate, Delhi is part of a portfolio of photographs taken by Major Robert Christopher Tytler and his wife Harriet...

  • North view of the hill of Sravana-Bellagoola

    Watercolour, View Created date: 1810

    This is a copy of an original sketch by Lieutenant Benjamin Swain Ward, son of Francis Swain Ward (1736–94), a soldier a...

  • Ruins of the citadel in Pondicherry after the atta...

    Pen and Ink, Wash, View Created date: 8 September, 1762

    John McClean's view of the citadel in Pondicherry taken in 1762 after the British attack; McClean is pictured drawing in...

  • Sawen-Droog, from the North

    Aquatint, View

    Sir Alexander Allan served in the Madras infantry from 1780 and fought in the Third and Fourth Anglo–Mysore Wars (1790–9...

  • Survey of the country on the eastern bank of the H...

    Pen and Ink, Watercolour, Map Created date: 1785

    This highly detailed display map from the King’s Topographical Collection was the product of a survey of Kolkata underta...

  • The Royal Foundry, Woolwich

    Watercolour, View Created date: 1768-96

    This unfinished drawing of the Royal Foundry at Woolwich is attributed to Paul Sandby, who was a drawing master at its n...

  • View on the road to the village of Syne

    Watercolour, View Created date: c. 1826

    From 1823 to 1829 the British East India Company commissioned a geological survey of the area around Almora (present day...

  • Waterfall near Haliyal

    Watercolour, Pen and Ink, View Created date: 1801

    This watercolour is part of the personal sketchbook of John Johnson, an officer in the Bombay Engineers. The redcoat in...