Akbar supervises the building of the Fort at Agra; an illustration from the Akbar-nama

Source: http://faculty-web.at.nwu.edu/art-history/fraser/b40/Mughal_India.html
(downloaded May 2001)

Jahangir at a jharoka window in Agra Fort, c.1620, from the collection of the Aga Khan Museum (*more information*); click on the image for a large scan

Source: http://www.akdn.org/museum/detail.asp?artifactid=1417
(downloaded Apr. 2011)

Gifts are brought to the emperor at Agra Fort, on the occasion of New Year's; a depiction from 'Wouter Schouten's travels into the East Indies', 2nd ed., Amsterdam 1708

Source: ebay, Sept. 2010

A view of Agra by *MALLET*, 1719; *a very large scan, reversed and with different (modern) hand coloring, courtesy of Alfred Eriksson*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2005)

*A View of part of the Ruins of the City of Agra; by William Hodges, 1783* (BL) [*Hodges 1783*]

*"A View of the Fort of Agra on the River Jumna," by William Hodges,  London, 1785-88* (BL)

*"Agrah," from 'Voyate de l'Inde a la Mekke' by Abdul-Kerym, 1797*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2012

*A View of Agra Fort, by a Calcutta artist after William Hodges, c.1800-1810* (BL)

*A panoramic look at the walls, 1808* (BL)

*The Delhi gate to the Agra Fort from inside the barbican, with the Union flag flying; by Seeta Ram, 1814-15* (BL);
also: *The bath chambers in the palace at Agra* [*Sita Ram 1814b*]

*Delhi Gate, Agra Fort; a watercolor, c.1820* (BL) [*watercolor 1820*]

*"Agra Fort, from Tafrih al-'imarat by Lalah Silchand. Delhi, 1825-26* (BL)

*The Fort at Agra with the river and boat in the foreground; a watercolor by a Delhi artist, c.1826* (BL) [*watercolor 1826*]

*"The Fort of Agra," from 'The Oriental Annual of Scenes in India' by Thomas Bacon, London, 1839*

Source: ebay, July 2007

*"Moti Masjid, Palace of Moguls, Agra, India," from Meyer's Universum, 1841*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2006

*"The Fort of Agra," from  'The Gazeteer of the World' by A. Fullarton & Co., London, 1856*

Source: ebay, Jan. 2011

"Portion of the fort at Agra," from the Illustrated London News, 1857

Source: ebay, Sept. 2009

*"Interior of the fort at Agra," from the Illustrated Times, 1858*

Source: ebay, Apr. 2010

*A view from the Jumna: a steel engraving by the London Printing and Publishing Co., 1859*; also *"View of the Palace of Agra from the River" (published c.1858, source uncertain)*

Source: ebay, Sept. 2005

*"Scene of the gunpowder explosion at Agra Fort," Illustrated London News, 1872*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2014

"The Royal Visit to India: the Taj Mahal from the Fort, Agra," from the Illustrated London News, 1876; *a much larger scan of this engraving*; and very large scans of *the left half* and *the right half*; also *"Arrival of the Prince of Wales at Agra"*

Source: ebay, Sept. 2004

An engraving, 1879

Source: ebay, Apr. 2012

*A steel engaving of the approach to Agra Fort, from 'British Battles on Land and Sea', mid-1880's*

Source: ebay, Aug. 2006

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