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British drawings in the India Office Library

India Office Library.

British drawings in the India Office Library

by India Office Library.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • London
    • Subjects:
    • Drawing, British -- Catalogs.,
    • Drawing -- England -- London -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: v. 2, p. 643-662.

      Statement[by] Mildred Archer.
      ContributionsArcher, Mildred.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNC228 .I5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v., plates.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5029709M
      ISBN 100118804162
      LC Control Number73854015

        Rule over India passed from the company to the British state, and as the company shrivelled, with East India House demolished in , its collection passed into the hands of the new India Office. T _HE India Office Library has been in existence since , when the Court of Directors of the East India Company passed a resolution to devote a portion of their famous India House in Leadenhall Street, London, to the establishment of a library and museum. Much research on the history, literature, arts, and antiquities of India.

      Explore the British Library. Use Explore the British Library to search, view and order items from our main catalogue of circa 80M records, or search the contents of the Library's website. The British Museum has about eight million objects in its collection, half of these you can see on the British Museum collection database. Enjoy some of the earliest objects created by man to works by contemporary artists. Choose from curated collections below, including desire, love, identity and death and memory, as well as the Americas.

      Natural History Drawings from South Asia In the late 18th century British and Scottish botanists and surgeons led a movement to document the natural history of the subcontinent. The East India Company, initially established as the British trading company and eventually a major governing power over parts of the subcontinent, recognised the need. The British Museum has 11 ground-breaking departments which work tirelessly to curate our world-renowned collections. Discover information about our curatorial departments, study rooms and what research facilities you can use.


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