DescriptionShortly after the First World War, Lutyens turned his attention to a whole range of buildings which New Delhi needed in addition to the central government buildings. These included a cathedral, court of justice, museums and houses for India’s native princes. In the event, almost all of these were designed by others and only two houses, or palaces – for the rulers of Baroda and Hyderabad – were Lutyens’s work. The proposed palace for the Maharajah of Kashmir closely followed Viceroy’s House in style. (Amery et al, 1981, cat no.433)
BibliographyAmery, C., Richardson, M. and Stamp, G., (1981) Lutyens, the Work of the English Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944): Hayward Gallery London, 18 November 1981 – 31 January 1982. London: Arts Council of Great Britain.
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