19th Century Udaipur through the Canvas of Water Colour

Marianne North (1830 – 1890) was a Victorian naturalist and botanical artist, well-known for her plant and landscape painting.

She had travelled in Canada, the USA, Jamaica, Brazil, Japan, Borneo, Java, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, South Africa and in many more countries.

She spent her life in India in 1878. While she was in India, she visited Udaipur, the city of lakes on Aravali in Rajasthan. Her work on Udaipur gives us idea about the life, historical buildings and general environment of the city. The images are uploaded in the British Library site for general viewership.

Gangaur Ghat painting in Udaipur
Gangaur Ghat painting in Udaipur
Udaipur from the island of Jag Mandir
Udaipur from the island of Jag Mandir
Jagdish Mandir Temple
Jagdish Mandir Temple
Streets in Udaipur
Streets in Udaipur
Pichola Lake and Island of Jagmandir
Pichola Lake and Island of Jagmandir
Lake Palace from the City Palace
Lake Palace from the City Palace
Tripolia Gate of CIty Palace
Tripolia Gate of CIty Palace
Tripolia Gate of CIty Palace
City Palace

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