Eugene Clutterbuck Impey (1830-1904), was in the service of the British administration in India. He was a skilled amateur photographer and contributed to exhibitions organised by the Bengal Photographic Society. This long perspective view of the Taj Mahal is taken from the top of the gateway. The trees as they are shown here are noContinue reading “From the collection”
Hugo Vilfred Pedersen (1870-1959) was a Danish painter who lived in India for a dozen years, and here he produced some of his finest works, that established his reputation as one of the leading painters in the British Indian colonies.