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India has held a fascination for European travellers, artists, writers, explorers and photographers from the 5th century onwards. However until the last thirty years of the eighteenth century the European public had no visual idea of India, which was based on first-hand observation.
Europe had been trading with India from the sixteenth century and during that time a number of traveller's accounts had been published in England and on the continent. The line engravings illustrating such books had been made by professional engravers who never visited India.
After 1770 the situation changed. Professional and amateur artists like the Daniells, William Hodges, Emily Eden, James Forbes etc. began to visit India and observe the country first hand. They made oil paintings as well as watercolors which could later be worked up into engravings. After the 1860's photography became a popular medium for depiction of the Indian scene and also for documentation of important events like durbars and battles.
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27AAIFP3324J1Z5

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97020000Original engravings, prints and lithographs

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