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Hindu temples situated on the bank of a river

Hindu temples situated on the bank of a river

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Title:
Hindu temples situated on the bank of a river
Description:
Information from accompanying cards: With a very fine fore-edge painting depicting a series of Hindu temples situated on the bank of a river, with the domes and minarets of a Mohammedan mosque in the distance.
Date:
(c) 1802–1803
Format:
Paintings
Genre:
Watercolors
Marine paintings
Fore-edge painting
Location:
Boston Public Library
Rare Books Department
Collection (local):
Special Collections, Rare Books
Subjects:
Temples
Coastlines
Boats
Rivers
Extent:
1 painting : watercolor on fore edge of book
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Notes (acquisition):
Gift of Alfred H. Wiggin, May 1951.
Notes (date):
Date of painting unknown. Publication date of book: 1802-1803.
Notes:
Title from accompanying cards.
Found on: The modern history of Hindostan. Volume I : comprehending that of the Greek empire of Bactria, and other great Asiatic kingdoms, bordering on its western frontier. Commencing at the period of the death of Alexander, and intended to be brought down to the close of the eighteenth century
Notes (object):
Fore-edge/fanned to the right
Identifier:
07_04_000172A
Call #:
RARE BKS DS436 .M45 Folio
Barcode:
39999063117384