Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852-1860

  • Linnaeus Tripe, Quarterdeck of HMS “Impregnable,” 1852–1854,
albumen print,
National Gallery of Art, Washington, William and Sarah Walton Fund, Diana and Mallory Walker Fund, and The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation through Robert and Joyce Menschel, 2010

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Madura: The Vygay River, with Causeway, across to Madura, January–February 1858, albumen print, National Gallery of Art, Washington, The Carolyn Brody Fund and Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation through Robert and Joyce Menschel, 2006

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Pugahm Myo: Carved Doorway in Courtyard of Shwe Zeegong Pagoda, August 20-24 or October 23, 1855,
albumen print,
National Gallery of Art, Washington, Diana and Mallory Walker Fund, 2012

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, 
Amerapoora: South Ditch of the City Wall, September 1-October 21, 1855, albumen print, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Edward J. Lenkin Fund, 2012

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Amerapoora: Ouk Kyoung, September 1-October 21, 1855, albumen print, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Edward J. Lenkin Fund, 2012

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Rangoon: View near the Lake, November 1855,
albumen print,
National Gallery of Art, Washington, Diana and Mallory Walker Fund, 2012

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Amerapoora: Wooden Bridge, September 1–October 21, 1855,
albumen print, Lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, The Buddy Taub Foundation, Dennis A. Roach and Jill Roach, Directors, and Alfred Stieglitz Society Gifts, 2012, © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Amerapoora: Shwe-doung-dyk Pagoda, September 1-October 21, 1855, albumen print, Lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, The Buddy Taub Foundation, Dennis A. Roach and Jill Roach, Directors, and Alfred Stieglitz Society Gifts, 2012, © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Pugahm Myo: Gauda-palen Pagoda, August 20–24, 1855, albumen print, The British Library, London

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  • Linnaeus Tripe,
Seeringham: Great Pagoda, Munduppum inside Gateway, January 1858, albumen print,
The British Library, London

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Beekinpully: Permaul’s Swing at Mariammah Covil, December 1857–January, 1858, waxed paper negative, The Royal Photographic Society Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Amerapoora: Colossal Statue of Gautama Close to the North End of the Wooden Bridge, September 1–October 21, 1855,
albumen print,
Collection of Charles Isaacs and Carol Nigro

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  • Linnaeus Tripe, Beekinpully: Permaul’s Swing at Mariammah Covil, December 1857–January, 1858, albumen print,
Collection of Charles Isaacs and Carol Nigro

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