© Tate, London 2019 | Licence: CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 (Unported)
© Tate, London 2019 | Licence: CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 (Unported)

View near Jubberah in the Himalayas

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From the Collection


This is one of three drawings recently acquired by the Tate Gallery which were made by Lt.-Col. George Francis White of the thirteenth regiment of foot when stationed in India between 1825 and 1846. White was an enthusiastic and accomplished amateur artist, and some of his drawings were worked up into finished watercolours by professional artists for publication in engraved form. This view near Jubberah, for example, served as the starting point for a watercolour by Turner (no.56) which was used as an illustration to White's 'Views in India, Chiefly among the Himalaya Mountains' (1836-7).
Gallery label, August 2004
Medium: Line engraving on paper
Credit line: 'Purchased 1986'
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From the Watercolour World


Himachal Pradesh, India