EMF Photograph album boxes
Contains 35 Results:
These are probably professional photographs purchased by EM Forster during his travels in India, although some of them have London seller stamps.
'Fathpur Sikri. Central bay of mosque with niche and pulpit. Elaborate and delicate colour scheme', 1912
Two copies (one pasted in and one loose) of the photograph.
Snapshot of a stone statue of a horse, its plinth resting on grass near the base of a wall.
Photograph showing the harbour and stairs at Benares, apparently taken from the water.
Photograph showing two men stoking a bonfire on outdoor stone steps, with two wrapped figures on biers nearby.
Photograph, apparently taken from the water, showing the steps and a nearby temple at Benares. Pyres are being tended and corpses are wrapped nearby.
Photograph, apparently taken from the water, showing steps and a nearby temple at Benares. A double-keeled boat with rearing horses at the two prows is being rowed along the river and a crowd is gathered to watch.
Photograph of the said statue including halo and throne.
Photo taken from an elevated viewpoint showing a large group of people mostly not looking at the camera; banners are flying.
Photo taken from an elevated viewpoint showing a large group of people mostly not looking at the camera, wading in a wide shallow river.
Photograph showing a crowd of people watching a man half-reclining with bent knees, on a bed of nails, with an umbrella shading him.
Photograph of a dark man with long hair, crouched on a mat and almost in profile.
Photo showing several adults and 6 children in ?tin hats minding a display laid out on blankets at their feet.
Envelope that probably once contained the said photos.
Photograph showing monkeys climbing and sitting on a platform in Mathura.
Photograph of the head and torso of a statue missing most of both arms.
Photograph taken from a height showing the walled complex at Vrindavan with other buildings in the foreground.
Photograph showing 7 orders of friezes carved in bas-relief on the stone exterior of the temple (battle scenes?). The head and torso of a turbanned man is visible at the bottom of the photograph. His left arm is akimbo and his head is propped on his right hand with the elbow resting on a stepped column, which is surmounted by two mythical beast supporters carved in relief.
Mounted photograph of the head and chest of a stone statue of a figure with a moustache.
Photograph of an interior. The supporting pillars and part of the ceiling vault are visible, as are stone carvings in a frieze at its base. The central monument is featured.
Photograph of a painted ceiling medallion.
'49 Indian Museum. Pillar of Bharhut railing with representation of festival of Buddha's head-dress in upper portion', 1945
Photograph showing nearly 3 full rows of carving.
Photograph showing 2 elephant statues near the Surya Temple or Black Pagoda, Konark.
Photograph showing stone carvings in vertical straps on the ?facade of the building: entertwined human figures and vine motifs are depicted.
Photograph showing bas-relief carvings of a man milking a cow who licks her calf, and several other figures.