Artist and Empire exhibition at the Tate

By Mary Fisk|January 19, 2016|Archival collections, Art and Archaeology, History, Photography|0 comments

Follow the links to an illustrated article by Inigo Thomas on the London Review of Books website discussing the portraiture of the British imperial age showcased in the Tate Britain’s current exhibition “Artist and Empire” which explores “how artists from Britain and around the world have responded to the dramas, tragedies and experiences of the Empire” from the 16th century to the present day

Click here to read the London Review of Books feature

Find out more about the exhibition on the Tate Britain website 

Anonymous Delhi School, Mahadaji Sindhia entertaining a British naval officer and military officer with a Nautch c.1815-20

Anonymous Delhi School. Mahadaji Sindhia entertaining a British naval officer and military officer with a Nautch c. 1815–20

Watercolour on paper

222 x 317 mm
© The British Library Board, Add.Or.1

 

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