15 Oil Paintings That Will Take You Back To 19th Century India

These surreal paintings of India by Edwin Lord Weeks will take you back in time.

Edwin Lord Weeks was an American artist who visited India in the late 19th century and captured that time in his painting which is as alive as you are. His work in India is most talked about. Look at his work below.

Bank of Ganga, Benares ( Varanasi) 1883

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Bank of Ganga, Benares ( Varanasi) 1883

Maharajah on the Street

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Maharajah on the Street

Festival at Fatehpur Sikri

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Festival at Fatehpur Sikri

Maharaja Parade in Agra

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Maharaja Parade in Agra

Wedding Procession in Rajasthan

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Wedding Procession in Rajasthan

At the gate of Agra Fort

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
At the gate of Agra Fort

A Mughal And His Court Returning From The Great Mosque(Jama Masjid) At Delhi

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
A Mughal And His Court Returning From The Great Mosque(Jama Masjid) At Delhi

Maharajah of Gwalior 1887

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Maharajah of Gwalior 1887

Maharajah of Jaipur at Amer Fort, 1888

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Maharajah of Jaipur at Amer Fort, 1888

Maharajah Leaving for the hunt, Gwalior, 1887

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Maharajah Leaving for the hunt, Gwalior, 1887

Taj Mahal, 1883

Edwin Lords Week Oil Painting India The Untold Story of India
Taj Mahal, 1883

Promenade on a Maratha street

Along the Ghats of Mathura, 1883

Golden Temple Amritsar, 1883

Rajah of Jodhpur, 1883

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