*"Pagoda mit einer Schultry," a steel engraving, 1700's*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2009

*Two drawings of different parts of Hindu temples, c.1780-85* (BL); [*temple plan 1780*]

"Ink wash drawing by an anonymous artist working in the Calcutta style, c. 1780-1785. Inscribed in Persian: (above the cupola) 'andarun-i sabha mandap'; (below the right doorway) 'in darvaza-i huzad'; (below the central doorway) 'bar rah-i darvaza-i annapurna birun' (Inside the assembly hall; this is the door at the side(?); the way to the door of Annapurna from outside)."

An unknown temple, by an unknown artist, early 1800's

Source: http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/search/LotDetail.asp?sid=&intObjectID=4572269&SE=CMWCAT04+124601+%2D1406166997+&QR=M+1+170+Aqc0000900+108720++Aqc0000900+&entry=india&SU=1&RQ=True&AN=171
(downloaded Sept. 2005)

"The present watercolour is thought to have been executed by an Indian or Anglo-Indian artist who was trained at one of the surveying schools in Calcutta. Artists from the survey schools were taken on by surveyor-generals such as Colin MacKenzie (1754-1821). The present watercolour is almost identical to one from the MacKenzie Collection in the India Office Library, with the initials 'J.C.M.' (acquisition number WD732). The IOL version depicts the same architecture but does not include the figures. (See M. Archer, Drawings in the India Office Library, vol. II, p. 472-551.) Most of the survey school artists remained anonymous although some are known by their initials."

"Chouragautchy near Berhampore," from 'A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in All Parts of the World' by  John Pinkerton (London, 1811)

Source: ebay, Feb. 2006

*"Small Hindoo temple on the bank of the Nerbudda," a copper engraving, 1812 (modern hand coloring)*

Source: ebay, Nov. 2006

*"Hindoo Temple at Muddunpore, Bahar," by William Daniell, 1835*; *more information (Ames Library)*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2006

*"Temple at [sic] Mahadeo," from Meyers Universum, 1840*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2006

*A temple at Mirzapur in an albumen photograph, c.1850*

Source: http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/search/LOTDETAIL.ASP?sid=&intObjectID=4572603&SE=CMWCAT03+100699+%2D1667562950+&QR=M+1+0+Aqc0000900+87990++Aqc0000900+&entry=india&SU=1&SN=7074&RQ=True&AN=1
(downloaded Sept. 2005)

"BARON ALEXIS DE LA GRANGE. Mirzapour [1849-1850]. Albumen print, non-Blanquart Evrard process from salt (or paper waxed?) negative."

"Temples at Barolli," a tinted lithograph by T. C. Dibdin, from a sketch by James Fergusson, 1850; also *"Temple at Sadri"*

Source: ebay, Nov. 2008

A study of temple architecture by D. Roberts and E. Challis, 1850's

Source: ebay, Nov. 2007

"Hindoo Temple at Chandgaon, In the Route from Agra to Kora" (London Printing and Publishing Co., 1858)

Source: ebay, Jan. 2006

"Temple of Vacoudeva, Nursingurh," an engraving by E. Therond, 1870's; also *"Temple at Muchkounda near Dholepur* (and *a very large scan of it, from 'Le Tour du Monde', 1872*; also *"Temple in Bombay"*; also *"Ruins of the temple of Bhojpore"*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2004

"Hindoo temples," an engraving, 1878

Source: ebay, Dec. 2011

*"Ruins of an Ahom temple at Dinajpur, Upper Assam," from The Earth and its Inhabitants by Elisee Reclus (D. Appleton and Co., 1884)*

Source: ebay, June 2006

*"Temple at Nassick," a photo gravure from 1892*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2006

*"Hindoo temple, Colombo," an albumen print, c.1890's*

Source: ebay, Nov. 2007

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