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Title Empire Architecture
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1800-1900
Document Type Photograph, Illustration
Library British Library
Region South Asia, Europe, North America
Names Julius Walter Gantz (image 2), Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (image 3), George Hutchins Bellasis (image 4), Axel Herman Haig (image 5), James Malton (image 6), James Moffat (image 7), Alfred Frederick Pollock Harcourt (image 8), Louis Haghe, David Roberts (image 9), Sanjay Marathe (image 11), John Nash (image 12)
Places India (images 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 11), Madras (images 2, 11), Bombay (image 5), Calcutta (image 7), England, City of London (image 3), Brighton (image 12), Canada (image 10)
Topics photographs, illustrations colour paintings, architecture, photographs, Taj Mahal, 1880 (image 1), Julius Walter Gantz, St Mary's Church, Madras (image 2), Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, The Director's Court Room, East India House, Leadenhall Street, London. Watercolour, c1820. East India Company (image 3), George Hutchins Bellasis, 'The Club House, Ootacamund. 1852 (image 4), Axel Herman Haig, Victoria Terminus and Administrative Offices, Bombay. Watercolour, 1878 (image 5), James Malton, The East India's Company Headquarters in Leadenhall Street, as rebuilt by Richard Jupp and Henry Holland, 1796 to 1799. A carriage on the left and an Indian among the passers-by in the street. Watercolour, 1800 (image 6), James Moffat, Government House, Calcutta, 1804 (image 7), Alfred Frederick Pollock Harcourt, A Bungalow. Watercolour (image 8), Louis Haghe (British, 1806-1885), After David Roberts (British, 1796-1864) Grand Entrance to the Mosque of the Sultan Hassan 1849 Colour lithograph, laid down on cardboard University of Michigan Museum of Art, Gift of Carol Hubert, 1985/1.156 (image 9), Royal York Hotel, Toronto. Postcard. Reproduced by kind permission on City of Toronto Archives and Fairmont Hotels (image 10), Sanjay Marathe, Saint Mary's Church, Madras. Reproduced by kind permission of (image 11), John Nash, Royal Pavilion, Brighton, 1815-1823. Image courtesy of the Royal Pavilion, Libraries & Museums, Brighton & Hove'. (image 12), William Emerson, Victoria Memorial Hall, Calcutta Image © Victoria Memorial Hall (image 13)