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Calcutta – Pagoda in Eden Gardens, India. c1870

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Calcutta – Pagoda in Eden Gardens, India. c1870


Price: $750.00 USD


Description: Eden Gardens, situated at the northern end of the Maidan, in Calcutta, was named after Emily and Fanny Eden, the sisters of Lord Auckland, Governor-General from 1836-1842. The sisters tended the garden when it formed part of the Viceroy’s estate and later it became a famous public garden, opened in 1840. Eden Gardens contains a Pagoda, brought from Prome in Burma after the Second Burmese War and erected in 1856, by Lord Dalhousie, then the Governor-General.

Reference#: 3in990

Condition: Good contrast and tonality

Year: c1870

Country: India

Maker: Colin Murray for Bourne & Shepherd #1710B

Height: 8.75 in. (22.23 cm)

Width: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm)

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Materials: Albumen photograph in archival mat