Past Exhibition Ran from 14 January 2017 to 2 April 2017

Lockwood Kipling: Arts and Crafts in the Punjab and London

This exhibition explored the life, work and lasting impact of John Lockwood Kipling (1837 – 1911), an artist, writer, museum director, teacher, conservationist and influential figure in the Arts and Crafts movement.

Supported by the Friends of the V&A

Exhibition Highlights

Kiping painting entrance
Principal Entrance to the Mosque of Wazir Khan, by Mohammed Din, about 1880. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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John Lockwood Kipling with his son Rudyard Kipling, 1882. © National Trust/Charles Thomas

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Bracelet shown at the Great Exhibition, made in Rajasthan, India, about 1850. Museum no. 120-1852. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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Durbar Hall at Osborne, designed by Bhai Ram Singh and Lockwood Kipling in 1890. © Bard Graduate Center, New York, photo by Bruce M. White

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The Great Exhibition: India no. 4, by Joseph Nash, about 1851. Royal Collection Trust. © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 2016

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Drawing of a wood carver, from a collection depicting craftsmen of the North-West Provinces of British India, Lockwood Kipling, 1870. Museum no. 0929:56/(IS). © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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Wedding chest, about 1888. © CSG CIC Glasgow Museums Collection

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Rudyard Kipling’s bookplate ‘Ex Libris', Lockwood Kipling, 1909. © National Trust Images/John Hammond

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Terracotta tobacco jar and cover in the form of a bear, Lockwood Kipling, 1896. © National Trust/Charles Thomas

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View of Lahore with Maharaja Ranjit Singh, about 1870. Museum no. IM.2:87-1917. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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