Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
287x219mm. View of the east facade of Government House, Triplicane, Madras, with the Banqueting Hall to the north.
223x277mm. View from a choir stall of the domed chancel and the altar of St George's.
223x28lmm. View of the massive stone statue of the god Mannarswamy in Madras.
284x218mm. View of a massulah boat beached beside the harbour at Madras, with the crew seated in position with their oars. The boat flies the blue ensign and has the words 'Port Boat' painted on its side. Until harbour improvements mitigated somewhat the inconvenience of landing at Madras' open roadstead, these boats were the principal vehicle for negotiating the ferocious surf and depositing travellers on the beach.
280x225mm. View of an Indian sculpture showing two winged horses, their front hooves resting on the shoulders of four human figures. Royapuram is a suburb of Madras.
272x224mm. View looking across the tank with its central shrine. A number of Indian figures are posed on the path in the foreground. Mylapore is a southern suburb of the city of Madras.