Exhibition: 'Adapting the Eye'

Thomas Daniell's "Sir Charles Warre Malet, Concluding a Treaty in 1790 in Durbar with the Peshwa of the Maratha Empire," circa 1805. © Tate, London, 2011.
Tilly Kettle's "Dancing Girl," circa 1772.
James Forbes's "The Sultana or Hoopoe, at Bombay, On a Sprig of the Citron Tree," circa 1767.
Gangaram Chintaman Tambat's "A Rhinoceros in the Peshwa’s Menagerie at Poona," circa 1795.
"A Fool Named Gungaram," circa 1790.
"The Taj Mahal from the River," circa 1818.
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“Adapting the Eye: An Archive of the British in India, 1770-1830,” a new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art, provides a ‘unique window’ into high art and popular culture in British India during the 18th and 19th centuries.
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