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      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        Jun. 06, 2024

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) NO.5. PROME. A SMALL PAGODA, 1855. Salt print from a waxed-paper negative, flush mounted to period album page, image size 248 x 332mm, page size 460 x 585mm, signed by the photographer in ink lower right image, with printed caption pasted lower central margin, "No.5. Prome. A Small Pagoda.The carved wood work has been stripped off. The centre building is of white stucco, gilt in ornamental parts."

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        Jun. 06, 2024

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) AMERAPOORA, NO.90, FRONT OF THE WEST PART OF KYOUNG NO.86 (MAHA-TOO-LO-BOUNGHIAN KYOUNG), 1855. Albumenised salt print from a waxed paper negative, image/sheet size 335 x 270mm. Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902), an army captain, was the official photographer on a government visit to Burma in 1855. The photographs he made during his stay resulted in his album of 122 images, Burma Views, published in 1857. He focused on Burmese Buddhist Architecture. - V&A

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        May. 31, 2023

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) TWO VIEWS OF BURMESE TEMPLES, c.1855. Lightly albumenised salt prints (2) from waxed paper negatives, one depcicting Amerapoora, Maha-Too-Lo-Bounghian Kyoung, the other a small pagoda, possibly Amerapoora, image/sheet sizes 280 x 350mm and 237 x 325mm.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Tripe, Linnaeus: No. 64. Amerapoora. Mohdee Kyoung
        Dec. 07, 2022

        Tripe, Linnaeus: No. 64. Amerapoora. Mohdee Kyoung

        Est: €1,000 - €1,500

        "No. 64. Amerapoora. Mohdee Kyoung". 1855. Salt print from a waxed paper negative. 26 x 34 cm. Signed by the photographer in ink in lower right corner, mounted to original album page (slightly buckled/fold marks), printed paper label with title and number below the image on the mount. - - Tripe took the first photographs of Burma and used a large-format 15 x 12 inch camera. His architectural and topographical views are of great documentary importance as they are among the earliest surviving photographs of Burma. Some of his waxed paper negatives are in the collection of the Royal Photographic Society. – A few light spots in sky area, otherwise in very good condition. - - Sollten Sie detailliertere Zustandsberichte wünschen, kontaktieren Sie uns bitte. / Should you need more detailed condition reports, please contact us.

        Galerie Bassenge
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        Nov. 25, 2022

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) NO.115, RANGOON. REAR VIEW OF THE PAGODA, 1855. Printed 1857. Coated salt paper print, image size, 350 x 273 mm, signed in the image. Printed title and description on paper label at bottom of image. Provenance: Robert Hershkowitz.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        Nov. 25, 2022

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) NO, 46. AMERAPOORA. COLOSSAL STATUE OF GAUTAMA CLOSE TO THE N. END OF THE BRIDGE, 1855. Printed 1857. Salt paper print pasted onto ?,image size, 350x 270mm, sheet size, 610 x 510mm. Signed in pen, lower recto. Titled, and inscribed on label recto. Provenance: Robert Hershkowitz.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        May. 24, 2022

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) NO, 46. AMERAPOORA. COLOSSAL STATUE OF GAUTAMA CLOSE TO THE N. END OF THE BRIDGE, 1855. Printed 1857. Salt paper print pasted onto ?,image size, 350x 270mm, sheet size, 610 x 510mm. Signed in pen, lower recto. Titled, and inscribed on label recto. Provenance: Robert Hershkowitz.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        May. 24, 2022

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) NO.115, RANGOON. REAR VIEW OF THE PAGODA, 1855. Printed 1857. Coated salt paper print, image size, 350 x 273 mm, signed in the image. Printed title and description on paper label at bottom of image. Provenance: Robert Hershkowitz.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). A group of 3 rare photographs from Upper Burma, c. 1869-72
        May. 19, 2022

        * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). A group of 3 rare photographs from Upper Burma, c. 1869-72

        Est: £3,000 - £4,000

        * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). A group of 3 rare photographs from Upper Burma, c. 1869-72 Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). A group of 3 rare photographs from Upper Burma, c. 1869-72, albumen prints, Kasur-Do Hill, Study of trees above the pool, 170 x 103 mm; Kasur-Do Hill, Peep into a ravine, 156 x 103 mm; Kasur-Do Hill, A jungle brook, 163 x 103 mm, all on individual contemporary paper mounts with photographer's blind stamp at head of mount, old pencil inscription at foot of each mount, 'Karen Hills' QTY: (3) NOTE: Janet Dewan, The Photographs of Linnaeus Tripe. A Catalogue Raisonné (2003), CR10-36 (attributed), CR10-37 & CR10-40. These are Tripe's last photographs from when he was reposted to Upper Burma. No negatives of these photographs exist and only one print of two of these photographs has been located in Dewan's Catalogue Raisonné, where they are reproduced on pp. 696-697. The first print offered here is very similar to CR10-35, Kasur-Do Hill, Pool in the ravine below Tiger Spring. However, while the angle and locale are the same as that in CR10-35, the shadows are at variance and is therefore strongly indicative of being a print of CR10-36. Dewan has not located a negative or print of CR10-36, making this the first print to so far be identified.

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        Dec. 01, 2021

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £2,500 - £3,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) GREAT PAGODA, NORTHERN SIDE OF THE GREAT CENTRAL TOWER AND THE TEMPLE OF THE GODDESS PARVATI (Brihadishvara Temple) Thanjavur, c.1858, lightly albumenized salt print from a waxed paper negative, image size, 387 x 275mm

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)
        May. 28, 2021

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) No. 64 AMERAPOORA MOHDEE KYOUNG, c.1855. Salted paper print from a waxed paper negative, image size, 340 x 226mm, mounted on period leaf, (mount size, 582 x 455mm), signed in ink image lower margin, letterpress titled and numbered mount recto.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Photographs of the Elliot Marbles: and Other Subjects; in the Central Museum, Madras
        Oct. 01, 2019

        CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Photographs of the Elliot Marbles: and Other Subjects; in the Central Museum, Madras

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Photographs of the Elliot Marbles: and Other Subjects; in the Central Museum, Madras

        Phillips
      • * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). Amerapoora, Mohdee Kyoung, (No. 65), Burma, 1855, salted paper print
        Apr. 11, 2019

        * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). Amerapoora, Mohdee Kyoung, (No. 65), Burma, 1855, salted paper print

        Est: £500 - £800

        * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). Amerapoora, Mohdee Kyoung, (No. 65), Burma, 1855, salted paper print on original mount with printed caption pasted beneath, signed 'L. Tripe' lower left corner, 25.5 x 34cm, modern mat (Qty: 1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Amerapoora, Pyee-dyk Kyoung (Burma).
        Feb. 21, 2019

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Amerapoora, Pyee-dyk Kyoung (Burma).

        Est: $3,000 - $4,500

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Amerapoora, Pyee-dyk Kyoung (Burma). Salted paper print from a calotype paper negative, the image measuring 9 3/4x13 1/4 inches (24.8x33.8 cm.). 1855

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Rangoon. View near the lake. Shwe Dagon in the distance (Burma).
        Feb. 21, 2019

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Rangoon. View near the lake. Shwe Dagon in the distance (Burma).

        Est: $3,500 - $4,500

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Rangoon. View near the lake. Shwe Dagon in the distance (Burma). Salted paper print from a calotype paper negative, the image measuring 10x13 1/2 inches (25.4x34.3 cm.), the mount 18x23 inches (45.7x58.4 cm.), with Tripe's signature, in ink, on print recto, and a letterpress caption label affixed to mount recto with the number 106. 1855

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      • LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Amerapoora 42, Mygabhoodee-tee Kyoung from E. * Amerapoora 65, Mohdee Kyoung.
        Oct. 18, 2018

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Amerapoora 42, Mygabhoodee-tee Kyoung from E. * Amerapoora 65, Mohdee Kyoung.

        Est: $5,000 - $7,500

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Amerapoora 42, Mygabhoodee-tee Kyoung from E. * Amerapoora 65, Mohdee Kyoung. Salted paper prints, the images measuring 10 1/4x13 7/8 and 9 3/4x13 1/2 inches (26x35.2 and 24.8x34.3 cm.), the mounts 18x23 inches (45.7x58.4 cm.), each with Tripe's signature, in ink, on print recto, and with his blindstamp and an affixed caption label including the printed title and description, on mount recto. 1855

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Madura, The Great Pagoda, Veeravasuntharoya?s Munduppum, 1858
        Oct. 04, 2018

        CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Madura, The Great Pagoda, Veeravasuntharoya?s Munduppum, 1858

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Madura, The Great Pagoda, Veeravasuntharoya?s Munduppum, 1858

        Phillips
      • * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). No. 88. Amerapoora. Doorway of Pyathat No. 87, 1855,
        Oct. 04, 2018

        * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). No. 88. Amerapoora. Doorway of Pyathat No. 87, 1855,

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        salt print on original mount with printed caption pasted beneath, 34 x 26.5cm, very good condition - Quantity (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). No. 72. Amerapoora. The Yoom-Dau, 1855,
        Oct. 04, 2018

        * Tripe (Linnaeus, 1822-1902). No. 72. Amerapoora. The Yoom-Dau, 1855,

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        salt print of the Hall of Justice on original mount with printed caption beneath, 25 x 33cm, very good condition - Quantity (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Amerapoora, Mohdee Kyoung, From the S.E. Corner of the Enclosure, 1855
        Jun. 01, 2018

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Amerapoora, Mohdee Kyoung, From the S.E. Corner of the Enclosure, 1855

        Est: £1,200 - £1,500

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) Amerapoora, Mohdee Kyoung, From the S.E. Corner of the Enclosure, 1855 Salt print, mounted to contemporary card, signed in ink recto, letterpress number and caption on label affixed on card recto, 25.5 x 34cm (10 x 13 3/8in) Print number 65 from the set of 120 photographs issued by Tripe in 1857.

        Forum Auctions - UK
      • CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Madura. The Great Pagoda, Interior View of Part of Muroothappa Sarvacar Munduppum, January–February, 1858
        Oct. 03, 2017

        CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Madura. The Great Pagoda, Interior View of Part of Muroothappa Sarvacar Munduppum, January–February, 1858

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Madura. The Great Pagoda, Interior View of Part of Muroothappa Sarvacar Munduppum, January–February, 1858

        Phillips
      • CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Sculpture Study, Central Museum, Madras and The Pagoda Jewels, Madura, 1858-1859
        Oct. 03, 2017

        CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Sculpture Study, Central Museum, Madras and The Pagoda Jewels, Madura, 1858-1859

        Est: $7,000 - $9,000

        CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE - Sculpture Study, Central Museum, Madras and The Pagoda Jewels, Madura, 1858-1859

        Phillips
      • Linnaeus Tripe
        Dec. 11, 2014

        Linnaeus Tripe

        Est: $70,000 - $100,000

        Linnaeus Tripe

        Sotheby's
      • Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902). Pagoda at Veerali
        Nov. 22, 2013

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902). Pagoda at Veerali

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902). Pagoda at Veerali Mullai, from the album Photographic Views of Poodoocottah, 1857. Albumen print mounted on contemporary album page with photographer's blindstamp in the margin, 24.5 x 36cm (9 5/8 x 14 1/8in)

        Dreweatts 1759
      • TRIPE (LINNAEUS)
        Dec. 04, 2012

        TRIPE (LINNAEUS)

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Seeringham. Great Pagoda, West half Front of the Sasharoyen Munduppum, salt print, image 265 x 382mm., [c.1858]

        Bonhams
      • TRIPE (LINNAEUS)
        Dec. 04, 2012

        TRIPE (LINNAEUS)

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        Ruined buildings, most likely near Tanjore, salt print, mounted, photographer's blindstamp to mount, paper numeral (1) pasted to upper right corner, image 270 x 360mm., [c.1858]

        Bonhams
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902)
        May. 16, 2012

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902)

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Amerapoora, Balcony of Kyoung No, 1855 albumen print from a waxed paper negative printed caption label (mount) image/sheet 10 3/8 x 13¾in. (26.4 x 35cm.) mount 17¾ x 22 7/8in. (45 x 58cm.)

        Christie's
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902)
        May. 16, 2012

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902)

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Great Pagoda, Seeringham, South India, 1858 salted paper print from a waxed paper negative image 9½ x 14¾in. (24 x 37.5cm.) mount 17½ x 22¼in. (44.4 x 56.5cm.)

        Christie's
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902)
        May. 16, 2012

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822-1902) Amerapoora, Shive-doung-dyk Pagoda, View from a Tank N.E. of the City 1855-1857 salted paper print from a waxed paper negative; signed in ink (image, lower right) letterpress caption label (mount, recto) image 10 x 13 5/8in. (25.5 x 34.5cm.) mount 18 x 22 7/8in. (46 x 58cm.)

        Christie's
      • TRIPE, LINNAEUS.
        Nov. 15, 2011

        TRIPE, LINNAEUS.

        Est: £200,000 - £300,000

        VIEWS OF BURMA. (NEGATIVES MADE AUGUST-NOVEMBER 1855; PRINTED JANUARY-NOVEMBER 1856) 134 albumen prints from waxed paper negatives (average 267 x 345mm., or the reverse), including two 2-part folding panoramas (252 x 584mm.), nearly all signed by Tripe in the lower right corner of the image in ink, individually mounted on card (447 x 578mm.), preserved loose (as issued) in the original presentation portfolio of blue half morocco gilt over marbled boards, upper cover titled in gilt "Photographic Memorial of the Embassy to Amarapoora in 1855," occasional light spotting to mounts and to a few images, two portfolio flaps detached, binding rubbed

        Sotheby's
      • TRIPE, LINNAEUS.
        Nov. 15, 2011

        TRIPE, LINNAEUS.

        Est: £100,000 - £200,000

        MYSORE VIEWS. (NEGATIVES MADE DECEMBER 1854; PRINTED 1855) 56 albumen prints from waxed paper negatives (average 268 x 347mm., or the reverse), including one 2-part folding panorama (252 x 646mm.), nearly all signed by Tripe in ink on the lower right corner of the image, each mounted on card (424 x 558mm.), each mount with Tripe's "By Thee I Draw" blindstamp (Dewan p.141, fig.1), letterpress captions pasted on the mount, each numbered in ink from 1 to 57 (excluding no.43), some spotting and occasional slight fading, the panorama with some surface wear and creasing, a few minor creases or short tears to mounts

        Sotheby's
      • TRIPE, LINNAEUS.
        Nov. 15, 2011

        TRIPE, LINNAEUS.

        Est: £40,000 - £60,000

        VIEWS OF BURMA. (NEGATIVES MADE AUGUST-NOVEMBER 1855; PRINTED JANUARY-NOVEMBER 1856) 36 albumen prints from waxed paper negatives (267 x 345mm., or the reverse), nearly all signed by Tripe in the lower right corner of the image in ink, individually mounted on card (447 x 578mm.), occasional light spotting to mounts and to a few images

        Sotheby's
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822 - 1902)
        Nov. 11, 2011

        LINNAEUS TRIPE (1822 - 1902)

        Est: €7,000 - €9,000

        TANJORE, 1858 ALBUMEN PRINT ON ORIGINAL CARD. WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S 'L T PHOTOGRAPHER TO GOVERNMENT' BLINDSTAMP IN THE LOWER PART OF THE CARD. Tirage albuminé d'après un négatif papier ciré. Contrecollé sur carton original. En bas sur le carton, avec le tampon à sec 'L T Photographer to Government'. Avec une petite étiquette en papier portant le numéro imprimé '2' en haut à droite. Sous passe-partout. Tirage 27,5 x 36 cm, carton 44,5 x 57 cm (print 10 7/8 x 14 1/8 in., card 17 ½ x 22 3/8 in.)

        Sotheby's
      • TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) "Photographs of the Elliot Marbles; and Other Subjects; In the Central Museum Madras."
        Mar. 24, 2011

        TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) "Photographs of the Elliot Marbles; and Other Subjects; In the Central Museum Madras."

        Est: $35,000 - $45,000

        TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) "Photographs of the Elliot Marbles; and Other Subjects; In the Central Museum Madras." Spectacular and complete album with 75 photographs, on 51 sheets, featuring a particular group of sculptures from the ruined Buddhist stupa at Amaravati. Albumenized salted paper prints from the dry collodion process, sizes range from approximately 6 1/2x4 1/2 to 9x11 inches (16.5x11.4 to 22.9x28 cm.), and the reverse; mounted recto only, with almost half having either 2 or 3 images per sheet; with Tripe's "Photographer to Government" embossed blind stamp and notations next to each image (on all but one), along with page numbers, in ink, in an unknown hand, on mount recto. Oblong folio; black-stamped boards, lightly worn, rebacked; includes preface and index. 1858-1859

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) "No. 71 Amerapoora. A Street Leading to the Palace."
        Mar. 23, 2010

        TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) "No. 71 Amerapoora. A Street Leading to the Palace."

        Est: $7,000 - $10,000

        TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) "No. 71 Amerapoora. A Street Leading to the Palace." Salted paper print from a calotype negative, 10x12 3/4 inches (25.4x32.4 cm.), with Tripe's signature, in ink, on recto; with Tripe's monogram blind stamp and letterpress caption label on the original mount recto. 1855-1857

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      • Linnaeus Tripe , 1822-1902 'the rock through a gap in the wall from the west side, trichinopoly'
        Apr. 07, 2008

        Linnaeus Tripe , 1822-1902 'the rock through a gap in the wall from the west side, trichinopoly'

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        plate 3 from Tripe's Photographic Views of Trichinopoly (Madras, 1860), salt print from a paper negative, on the original oblong folio mount, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil in an unidentified modern hand, the photographer's 'Photographer to Government' blindstamp and a label, numbered '3' in letterpress, on the mount, matted, 1856-58

        Sotheby's
      • Linnaeus Tripe 1822-1902 , 'namkal drug'
        Apr. 25, 2007

        Linnaeus Tripe 1822-1902 , 'namkal drug'

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        plate 10 from Tripe's Photographic Views of Ryakotta (Madras, 1860), salt print from a paper negative, on the original oblong folio mount, the photographer's 'Photographer to Government' blindstamp and a label, numbered '10' in letterpress, on the mount, matted, 1857-58

        Sotheby's
      • Linnaeus Tripe 1822-1902 , 'view of the nave from the simhasanum at the westend [sic]'
        Apr. 25, 2007

        Linnaeus Tripe 1822-1902 , 'view of the nave from the simhasanum at the westend [sic]'

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        plate 3 from Tripe's Photographic Views in Madura Part II (Madras, 1860), albumen print with arched top, on the original oblong folio mount, the photographer's 'Photographer to Government' blindstamp and a label, numbered '3' in letterpress, on the mount, matted, 1858-60

        Sotheby's
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902
        Nov. 14, 2006

        LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902

        Est: £1,800 - £2,200

        H.M.S. DUKE OF WELLINGTON KEYHAM DOCK, 4TH MARCH 1854, AND H.M.S. QUEEN IN KEYHAM DOCK, OCTOBER 1853. TWO STUDIES, 1853-4 244 by 328mm (9 5/8 by 13 in.) (arched top) and 264 by 321mm (10 3/8 by 12 5/8 in.) Albumen Prints, each mounted on card, each signed and titled in pencil by the photographer on the mount below image, the illustrated study titled 'H.M.S. Duke of Wellington [no. 1?]/Keyham Docks 4th March /54' and the other study titled 'H.M.S. Queen in Keyham Docks/[/20-?]', Quantity: 2 LITERATURE For the two other recorded prints of each of these subjects, see J. Dewan 2003, CR1-16, p. 159 and CR1-13, p. 157.

        Sotheby's
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902
        Nov. 14, 2006

        LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        'H.M.S. DUKE OF WELLINGTON IN KEYHAM DOCKS 4TH MARCH /54', 1854 'H.M.S. DUKE OF WELLINGTON IN KEYHAM DOCKS 4TH MARCH /54', 1854 267 by 338mm (10½ by 13¼ in.) Albumen Print, mounted on card, titled and signed 'L.Tripe' in pencil by the photographer on the mount below image, LITERATURE For the three other recorded prints of this subject, see J. Dewan 2003, cat. no. CR1-17, p. 159, where the date of the negative is given as 4th or 5th of March, 1854.

        Sotheby's
      • LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902
        Nov. 14, 2006

        LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902

        Est: £1,800 - £2,200

        H.M.S. DUKE OF WELLINGTON IN THE QUEEN'S DOCK, KEYHAM, 4TH OR 5TH MARCH 1854 H.M.S. DUKE OF WELLINGTON IN THE QUEEN'S DOCK, KEYHAM, 4TH OR 5TH MARCH 1854 338 by 273mm (13¼ by 10¾ in.) Albumen Print, mounted on card with ruled black border, titled 'H.M.S. Duke of Wellington/Keyham. March /54' and signed 'Capt. L. Tripe' in pencil by the photographer on the mount below image, LITERATURE For another print of this subject, the only other print so far recorded, see J. Dewan 2003, CR1-14, p. 158. NOTE The cropping in the print offered here is different to that illustrated in the catalogue raisonné. In this print we cannot see any sign of the building on the left and we can see more of the low-lying buildings to the right.

        Sotheby's
      • TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) Rare set entitled Burma Views, with 112 (of 120) early photographs of Burma [Myanmar].
        May. 18, 2006

        TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) Rare set entitled Burma Views, with 112 (of 120) early photographs of Burma [Myanmar].

        Est: $190,000 - $220,000

        "BY THEE I DRAW" TRIPE, LINNAEUS (1822-1902) Rare set entitled "Burma Views," with 112 (of 120) early photographs of Burma [Myanmar]. Salted paper prints from calotype wax paper negatives, 10x131/2 inches (25.5x34 cm.), tipped to the mount, with Tripe's signature on recto, a period caption, plate number, and a blind stamp of Tripe's logo with the imprint "By Thee I Draw" on mount recto. 1857 from the family collection of maharaja shri bharat singh dev, of tripurah, india; to a private collector. British-born Linnaeus Tripe was a career army officer in the Madras establishment of the East India Company. His first photographic assignment was as official photographer to the British mission to Burma, in June 1855. According to Tripe scholar Janet Dewan, "Lord Dalhousie was arranging a mission to Amerapoora to obtain a treaty in which Mindon Min, the king of Burma, would formally recognize the annexation of the Burmese province of Pegy by the the British following the Anglo-Burmese War of 1852." The addition of a photographer was integral to the mission's success since the King was fascinated with the new art of "sun pictures." Thus, Dalhousie proposed Capt. Linneaus Tripe as "Artist in Photography" to supplement the skills of Henry Yule, resident draftsman. Tripe frequently worked independently and, though he did no printing in Burma, developed his negatives on site. Tripe's proto-modernist photographs were apparently the first images of Burma and seem oddly contemporary in their formal composition. In 1857, a full set of "Burma Views" was shown at the Madras Photographic Society, where it was hailed as "excellent; remarkable for great distinctness and also for their unusual and beautiful tint." Dewan notes that "When he returned to Calcutta in December 1855, Tripe printed a small selection of Burma negatives for government officials. And, in that same month, Tripe and Yule had selected 120 from Tripe's 219 negatives as those "that it appeared to us most desirable" to print for the government. " Photographic history is replete with stories demonstrating the arduous art of producing photographs in inhospitable environments. Tripe, eager to please his superiors, anticipated making "240 prints a week." Instead, from January through May 1856, the sun's heat actually "melted the wax used on his paper negatives"--circumstances that severely impacted his productivity rate. By the autumn, despite prevailing monsoon conditions, an undaunted Tripe completed the requisite 6500 plus prints to meet the Government's requirements by November 1856. Subsequent months were spent mounting his prodigious output. Although Tripe recorded 50 sets of his magisterial images, few complete suites have survived into the twentieth century.

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      • f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902
        Nov. 15, 2005

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        SEERINGHAM. GREAT PAGODA, WEST HALF FRONT OF THE SASHAROYEN MUNDUPPUM, CIRCA 1858 SEERINGHAM. GREAT PAGODA, WEST HALF FRONT OF THE SASHAROYEN MUNDUPPUM, CIRCA 1858 267 by 383mm Albumen Print, LITERATURE Dewan, J., 2003, CR6-34, p. 387, for other recorded prints of this image.

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      • f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 THE ELLIOT MARBLES. CENTRAL MUSEUM MADRAS: GROUP 33 (SCULPTURES 7,
        May. 25, 2005

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 THE ELLIOT MARBLES. CENTRAL MUSEUM MADRAS: GROUP 33 (SCULPTURES 7,

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 THE ELLIOT MARBLES. CENTRAL MUSEUM MADRAS: GROUP 33 (SCULPTURES 7, 142, 143.), MAY/JUNE 1858 Albumen Print, mounted on album page, the sculptures numbered in ink on the mount below image, the mount printed with page number (44) in the upper right corner, the photographer's 'Photographer to Government' blindstamp on the mount below image, an Atkinson Public Library (County Borough of Southport) stamp on the reverse, LITERATURE AND REFERENCES This is plate 44 from Tripe's Photographs of the Elliot Marbles of 1859. Janet Dewan has now established that these three items of sculpture are not in fact from the ruined stupa at Amaravati; all three sculptures are Jain in origin. See J. Dewan 2003, CR8-120, p. 675 for a fuller account and for other recorded prints of this image.

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      • f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 SEERINGHAM. GREAT PAGODA, WEST HALF FRONT OF THE SASHAROYEN
        May. 25, 2005

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 SEERINGHAM. GREAT PAGODA, WEST HALF FRONT OF THE SASHAROYEN

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 SEERINGHAM. GREAT PAGODA, WEST HALF FRONT OF THE SASHAROYEN MUNDUPPUM, CIRCA 1858 Albumen Print, LITERATURE AND REFERENCES See J. Dewan 2003, CR6-34, p. 387, for other recorded prints of this image.

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      • f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 'AMERAPOORA. CORNER OF MYGABBOODEE-TEE KYOUNG', CIRCA 1855
        May. 25, 2005

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 'AMERAPOORA. CORNER OF MYGABBOODEE-TEE KYOUNG', CIRCA 1855

        Est: £2,500 - £3,500

        Non-matte Salt Print, mounted on card, signed in ink on the image, with printed title and plate number '43' on a label on the mount, CATALOGUE NOTE See J. Dewan 2003, CR3-77, p. 252, for other recorded prints of this image.

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      • f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 AMERAPOORA. STEPS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAHA-OUNG-MEEAY-LIY-MHAN
        May. 25, 2005

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 AMERAPOORA. STEPS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAHA-OUNG-MEEAY-LIY-MHAN

        Est: £2,500 - £3,500

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 AMERAPOORA. STEPS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAHA-OUNG-MEEAY-LIY-MHAN KYOUNG, CIRCA 1855 Salt Print, LITERATURE AND REFERENCES This image was plate 84 in Tripe's Burma Views portfolio produced in 1857. See J. Dewan 2003, CR3-140, p. 280, for other recorded prints of this image.

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      • f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 WOODEN HORSE, BOVINE NANDI, AND ELEPHANT: THREE VAHANAS (MOUNTS) OF
        May. 25, 2005

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 WOODEN HORSE, BOVINE NANDI, AND ELEPHANT: THREE VAHANAS (MOUNTS) OF

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        f - LINNAEUS TRIPE, 1822-1902 WOODEN HORSE, BOVINE NANDI, AND ELEPHANT: THREE VAHANAS (MOUNTS) OF HINDU DEITIES IN THE OUTER PRAKARUM (CORRIDOR) OF THE TEMPLE OF THE GOD SUNDARESHVARA, MINAKSHI TEMPLE, MADURA, BETWEEN DECEMBER 1857 AND APRIL 1858 Albumen print from a Dry Collodion Negative, mounted on card, with photographer's blind-stamp monogram and printed paper label numbered '12' on the mount, framed and glazed, not examined out of frame, EXHIBITED Reverie and Reality, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 2003-2004. LITERATURE AND REFERENCES Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco 2003, illustrated pl. 89. CATALOGUE NOTE This is plate 12 from Photographic views in Madura, Part III, 1860.

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