Sache, John Edward, fl. 1865-1882 (photographer)
- Existence: fl. 1865 - 1882
Sache first worked in America before establshing himself in Calcutta in 1865. He worked in Bombay in 1869 and in the 1870s operated studios in Lucknow, Naini Tal, Meerut and Mussoorie. He appears to have left India in the early 1880s.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
203 x 238 mm. View looking along the ridge at Almora, with bungalows dotting the hillside and a fort in the distance. It was famed as a resort for those suffering from lung afflictions and later a station for the Gurkhas. Photograph by Sashe, no. 484.
285 x 237 mm. View of a portion of the lake, a small island and a bungalow. Photograph by Sashe, no. 297.
288 x 231 mm. Almost identical to Y3022D/12. Photograph by Sashe, no. 129.
287 x 238 mm. Photograph by Sashe, no. 240.
288 x 236 mm. Photograph by Sashe, no. 594.
267x210mm. View looking east to west across the courtyard, past the marble tank and towards the arches of the colonnade leading into the mosque itself. No. 212.
282 x 225 mm. View looking along the Ganges River towards the landing place where the British garrison were massacred on 27 June 1857. See also Y3022L/31 and Y3022U/39.
281 x 232 mm. Photograph by Sashe, no. 764.
283 x 231 mm. Photograph by Sashe, no.786.
286 x 233 mm. A similar view to Y3022D/1. Photograph by Sashe, no. 107.
284 x 219 mm. See also Y3022D/6. Photograph by Sashe.
277 x 229 mm. View looking across the gardens towards the Gothic screen surrounding the well, with an ornamental lake in the foreground. Photo by Sache.