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Title The Colonial and Indian Exhibition
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1886
Document Type Pamphlet
Library National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum
Reference PP.6.B
Notes Supplement to the Art Journal.
Region South Asia, Australasia, North America, Central America and the Caribbean
Places Nepal, Australia (images 14-15), Canada (image 17), West Indies (image 19), South Africa (image 18)
Topics Record of material and industrial progress (image 1), Natural productions of countries, India (image 2), Imperial Economic and Commercial Court, Indian Bazaar (image 3), Indian decorative art, provincial screens of carved wood or stone (image 5), The Turanian races of India, Origin of Art, Introduction of stone (image 6), Classification of Indian Art, Buddhistic Art (image 7), Nepal, Furniture and house hold decoration (image 8), Painted wood, papier mache (image 9), The metal work of India (image 10), Copper work (image 11), Pottery (image 12), Ceylon, Yapahu an ancient royal city (image 13), Australia, specimens of precious metals, mineral, timber, Victoria (image 14), New South Wales, Queensland (image 15), Southern and Western Australia, New Zealand (image 16), Canada, Fiji (image 17), Cape of Good Hope, Hong Kong, The Straits Settlements (image 18), The West Indies, Malta (image 19), Cyprus, Colonial Picture Gallery (image 20)
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