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Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz near Allahabad from Oriental Scenery I

William DaniellNovember, 1796

Asian Art Museum

Asian Art Museum
San Francisco, United States

The Daniells traveled in India from 1785 to 1794, painting and sketching picturesque landscapes and monuments. On their return to Britain they used these materials to begin creating the 144 views of India in the six volumes that eventually made up Oriental Scenery.

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  • Title: Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz near Allahabad from Oriental Scenery I
  • Creator: Thomas Daniell (British, 1749 - 1840) (Artist),William Daniell (British, 1769 - 1837) (Artist)
  • Date Created: November, 1796
  • Physical Dimensions: H. 17 1/4 in x W. 23 3/4 in, H. 43.8 cm x W. 60.3 cm (image); H. 24 in x W. 29 3/8 in, H. 61 cm x W. 74.5 cm (mat size)
  • Rights: Public Domain
  • Medium: Aquatint
  • Credit Line: Asian Art Museum, Gift of Richard B. Gump, B86D20.5

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