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The staff at the India Office Library, Prints and Drawings Department at the British Library, British Museum, Public Records Office, Victoria and Albert Museum, John Ryland Library, at the Royal Asiatic Society, the Yale Center for British Art Departments of Painting, Rare Books, Prints and Drawings and the Paul Mellon Centre have all been incredibly helpful. In Calcutta I am indebted to Victoria Memorial Hall, the Asiatic Society of Bengal, the Academy of Fine Arts, the National Library and the Asutosh Museum for their assistance. My research has been greatly enriched by the courtesy of several private collectors in Calcutta: the Mullick, Deb, Bose and Nahar families of Calcutta and in particular the late R.P.Gupta.
Imaging Empire The Trafficking of Art and Aesthetics in  British India c.1772 to c.1795 - V1

Imaging Empire The Trafficking of Art and Aesthetics in British India c.1772 to c.1795 - V1

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Subject:

Fine Arts

Subclass:

Arts in general

Reign:

Shah Alam II 1759–1806

Subject Year (Time):

1772

Author:

Natasha Jane Eaton

Languages:

English

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-02062021-1064

Date of Creation:

March 31, 2000

Imaging Empire The Trafficking of Art and Aesthetics in  British India c.1772 to c.1795 - V1
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The staff at the India Office Library, Prints and Drawings Department at the British Library, British Museum, Public Records Office, Victoria and Albert Museum, John Ryland Library, at the Royal Asiatic Society, the Yale Center for British Art Departments of Painting, Rare Books, Prints and Drawings and the Paul Mellon Centre have all been incredibly helpful. In Calcutta I am indebted to Victoria Memorial Hall, the Asiatic Society of Bengal, the Academy of Fine Arts, the National Library and the Asutosh Museum for their assistance. My research has been greatly enriched by the courtesy of several private collectors in Calcutta: the Mullick, Deb, Bose and Nahar families of Calcutta and in particular the late R.P.Gupta.

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