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LL/40666
Felice Beato
View of the ruins of the Chattar Manzil [Umbrella Palaces], Lucknow, India
1858-1860
Albumen print
 
CCA: Canadian Centre for Architecture
PH1982:0301:033
 
LL/40666

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LL/31183
Felice Beato
India, Lucknow, ‘the Place in which General Veili was killed in the China‘
1858
Salt paper print, albumen
29,2 x 24,4 cm (image) 40,4 x 34,7 cm (mount)
 
Bloomsbury Auctions - Rome
Bloomsbury, Rome (Nov 10, 2008, Sale 17, Lot 33)
 
LL/31183 [Further details available]

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LL/41340
Felice Beato
The Munchee Bau or old Citadel of Lucknow
1858
Albumen print
 
National Army Museum
Negative No. 25198, Accession No. NAM. 1965-11-113-2
 
LL/41340

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LL/41341
Felice Beato
General Wheeler's entrenchment at Cawnpore
1858, March
Albumen print
 
National Army Museum
Negative No. 25210, Accession No. NAM. 1965-11-113-14
 
LL/41341

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LL/41342
Felice Beato
Members of the Sirmoor Battalion (later the 2nd King Edward VII's Own Gurkha Rifles) outside Hindu Rao's house on the Delhi Ridge
1858 (ca)
Albumen print
 
National Army Museum
Negative No. 52643, Accession No. NAM. 1978-04-11-1
 
LL/41342

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LL/36252
Felice Beato
British Army group at Lucknow
1858 (ca)
Albumen print
16.5 x 22 cm
 
Victoria and Albert Museum
Museum number: 3218-1955
 
LL/36252 [Further details available]

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LL/41339
Felice Beato
Sikh and British Officers of Hodson's Horse
1858
Albumen print
 
National Army Museum
Negative No. 1198, Accession No. NAM. 1956-08-6-20
 
LL/41339

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LL/41343
Felice Beato
General Sir Colin Campbell and Major General W Mansfield
1858 (ca)
Albumen print
 
National Army Museum
Negative No. 2866, Accession No. NAM. 1962-11-63-1
 
LL/41343

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LL/41344
Felice Beato
Major-General Robert Napier and Major E H Greathead, Lucknow
1857
Albumen print
 
National Army Museum
Negative No. 11024, Accession No. NAM. 1963-08-103
 
LL/41344

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LL/36795
Felice Beato
Interior of the Secundra Bagh after the Slaughter of 2,000 Rebels by the 93rd Highlanders and 4th Punjab Regiment. First Attack of Sir Colin Campbell in November 1857, Lucknow.
1858
Albumen print
24.9 x 28.7 cm (sheet)
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London
 
LL/36795 [Further details available]

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LL/6832
Felice Beato
Interior of the Secundra Bagh after the Slaughter of 2,000 Rebels by the 93rd Highlanders and 4th Punjab Regiment. First Attack of Sir Colin Campbell in November 1857, Lucknow
1858, March (ca)
Albumen silver print
26.2 x 29.8 cm
 
Brown University Library, Special Collections
Courtesy of Brown University, Special Collections, Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection
 
LL/6832

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LL/6833
Felice Beato
The Residency, Taken in Front, and Showing the Room in Which Sir Henry Lawrence was Killed, Lucknow.
1858 (ca)
Albumen silver print
23.6 x 28.7 cm
 
Brown University Library, Special Collections
Courtesy of Brown University, Special Collections, Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection
 
LL/6833

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LL/36332
Felice Beato
Untitled (An unidentified mosque in Delhi buillt in the Mughal style)
1858 (ca)
Albumen print
31 x 26.5 cm
 
Victoria and Albert Museum
Museum Number: PH.2069-1905
 
LL/36332

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LL/28263
Felice Beato
A Jain temple in Delhi
1858-1859 (ca)
Albumen print
310 x 290 mm
 
Bonhams - London
courtesy Bonhams, London (April 9, 2008, #125)
 
LL/28263 [Further details available]

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LL/40667
Felice Beato
The Motee Mahal, Lucknow, India
1858-1860
Albumen print
 
CCA: Canadian Centre for Architecture
PH1979:0449:003
 
LL/40667

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LL/36316
Felice Beato
Interior - the Sikh temple - marble mosaic
1858-1860 (ca)
Albumen Print
28 x 23.7 cm
 
Victoria and Albert Museum
Museum Number: 80:091
 
LL/36316 [Further details available]

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LL/36238
Felice Beato
Mutineers Hanged
1858
Albumen print
 
This work is out of copyright
 
LL/36238 [Further details available]

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LL/36239
Felice Beato
Mutineers Hanged
1858
Albumen print
 
This work is out of copyright
 
LL/36239 [Further details available]

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LL/36249
Felice Beato
Execution of two Indian mutineers
1858 (ca)
Albumen print
16.6 x 22 cm
 
Victoria and Albert Museum
Museum number: 3219-1955
 
LL/36249

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LL/41284
Robert & Harriet Tytler
Lahore Gate of the Palace, Delhi
1858
Photographic print
 
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 193/(11), Item number: 19311
 
LL/41284

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LL/41283
Robert & Harriet Tytler
No. 9. Mosque at Meerut said to be the principal resort of the mutineers.
1858
Photographic print
36.3 x 47.4 cm
 
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 32/(16), Item number: 16
 
LL/41283

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LL/41286
Robert & Harriet Tytler
No. 18. The Residency at Lucknow. The square tower on the right slightly in view is the one in which Lawrence was wounded.
1858
Photographic print
38 x 53 cm
 
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 32/(12), Item number: 12
 
LL/41286

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LL/41287
Robert & Harriet Tytler
La Martiniere, Lucknow.
1858
Photographic print
36 x 48.6 cm
 
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 32/(15), Item number: 15
 
LL/41287

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LL/41285
Robert & Harriet Tytler
Slaughter Ghat, Cawnpore
1858
Photographic print
 
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 193/(20), Item number: 19320
 
LL/41285

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LL/40434
John Murray
Suttee Ghat Cawnpore ["Suttee Ghat Cawnpore," Scene of the Mutiny Massacre, Kanpur, India]
1858
Paper negative
38 x 48 cm (14 15/16 x 18 7/8 ins)
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Cynthia Hazen Polsky Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.946
 
LL/40434

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LL/28269
P.G. Fitzgerald
No. 3. Alambagh House near Lucknow
1858, January
Waxed paper negative
170 x 240 mm
 
Bonhams - London
Courtesy Bonhams, London (April 9, 2008, #240)
 
LL/28269 [Further details available]

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LL/40417
Oscar Jean-Baptiste Mallitte
[Lady Canning]
[Lord and Lady Canning Family Album]
1858-1861
Albumen silver print
16 x 19.7 cm (6 5/16 x 7 3/4 ins) (image) 33.1 x 26 cm (13 1/16 x 10 1/4 ins) (mount)
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Cynthia Hazen Polsky Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.491.1 (52)
 
LL/40417

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LL/40418
Captain John Constantine Stanley
[Great Sikh Gun taken at Ferozshah on the Night of December 21, 1845, Government House, Calcutta]
[Lord and Lady Canning Family Album]
1858-1861
Albumen silver print
15.4 x 20.8 cm (6 1/16 x 8 3/16 ins) (image) 33 x 26.4 cm (13 x 10 3/8 ins) (mount)
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Cynthia Hazen Polsky Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.491.1 (14b)
 
LL/40418

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LL/40419
Captain John Constantine Stanley
[Spence's Hotel & St. John's Cathedral, Calcutta]
[Lord and Lady Canning Family Album]
1858-1861
Albumen silver print
15.5 x 20.1 cm (6 1/8 x 7 15/16 ins) (image) 33 x 26.2 cm (13 x 10 5/16 ins) (mount)
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Cynthia Hazen Polsky Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.491.1 (17b)
 
LL/40419

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LL/4218
Linnaeus Tripe
The Echo Rocks near Cotamputty, Poodoocottah album
1858
Albumenized salt print from waxed paper negative
10 x 14.675
 
Charles Isaacs Photographs, Inc
 
LL/4218

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LL/40445
Linnaeus Tripe
Pillars in the Recessed Portico in the Roya Gopuram with the Base of One of the Four Sculptured Monoliths, Madura
[Photographic Views in Madura, Part I]
1858
Salted paper print, from paper negative
35.8 x 30.2 cm (14 1/8 x 11 7/8 ins) (image) 45.3 x 57.5 cm (17 13/16 x 22 5/8 ins) (mount)
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Cynthia Hazen Polsky Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.381.1.9
 
LL/40445

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LL/6297
Linnaeus Tripe
Aisle on the South side of the Puthu Mundapum, Madura, from the Western Portico, temple built in 1623
1858 (ca)
Lightly albumenised salt print from waxed paper negative
367 x 290mm
 
Royal Photographic Society
 
LL/6297

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LL/39768
Linnaeus Tripe
Madura, Trimul Naik's Choultry [India]
[Photographs of Madura, Part II series, 1858]
1858
Albumen print, from a waxed paper negative
9 9/16 x 12 3/8 in
 
Peabody Essex Museum
Accession Number: PH99.2, Museum purchase, 2001
 
LL/39768 [Further details available]

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LL/30111
Linnaeus Tripe
Pillars in the central corridor of the Pudu or Vasanta Mantapam, Also known as 'Tirumalai's Chaultri' in the Minakshi Sundareshvara Temple, Madurai
1858, June (ca)
Albumen print from dry collodion negative
230 x 311 mm (9 x 12 in)
 
Bernard J. Shapero Rare Books
Courtesy of Bernard J Shapero Rare Books
 
LL/30111 [Further details available]

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LL/40442
Linnaeus Tripe
Book cover for Photographic Views in Madura, Part I
1858
Book cover
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Cynthia Hazen Polsky Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.381.1.1-.10
 
LL/40442 [Further details available]

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Contents - Themes & Fragments
Albumen prints - Albumen prints: War
Calotypists - India - John Murray: Paper negatives and waxed paper negatives
Cityscapes - Urban - Cityscapes in wartime
Colonialism - Colonialism
Colonialism - Cultural intersections
Evidence - The Cawnpore (Kanpur) Massacres
Fakes, forgeries, tricks and deceptions - Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Mutineers hanged
Group portraits - Group portraits
India - Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Hodson's Horse
India - Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Lucknow
India - Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Mutineers hanged
India - India: Calcutta [Kolkata]
India - India: Lucknow
India - John Murray: Paper negatives and waxed paper negatives
India - Portrait: Royalty: The ruling class of the Indian subcontinent
India - Robert & Harriet Tytler: India at the time of the Mutiny
India - The Cawnpore (Kanpur) Massacres
Indian Mutiny (1857-1858) - Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Hodson's Horse
Indian Mutiny (1857-1858) - Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Lucknow
Indian Mutiny (1857-1858) - Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Mutineers hanged
Indian Mutiny (1857-1858) - Robert & Harriet Tytler: India at the time of the Mutiny
Indian Mutiny (1857-1858) - The Cawnpore (Kanpur) Massacres
Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - Portrait: Royalty: The ruling class of the Indian subcontinent
Landscape photography and historical issues - The interplay between history and landscape
Military - Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Hodson's Horse
Non-canonical photography - Paper and waxed paper negatives
Paper and waxed paper negatives - John Murray: Paper negatives and waxed paper negatives
Paper and waxed paper negatives - Paper and waxed paper negatives
Royalty - Portrait: Royalty: The ruling class of the Indian subcontinent
Urban life - The civilian impact of War
War - The civilian impact of War


 
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