short note on thomas daniell and william daniell
Thomas daniell and his nephew Willaim daniall were the most famous of the artist who painted within this tradition. they came to india in 1785 and stayed fir 7 yrs, journeying from calcutta to northern and southern india. they produced some of the most evocative pictureque landscapes of britain's newly conquered territories in india.
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William Daniell RA (1769–1837) was an English landscape and marine painter, and engraver. He travelled extensively in the Far East, helping to produce one of the finest illustrated volumes of the period - "Oriental Scenery". He also travelled around the coastline of Britain to paint watercolours for the equally ambitious book "A Voyage Round Great Britain". His work was exhibited at the Royal Academy and the British Institution and he became a Royal Academician in 1822. THOMAS DANIELL
Thomas Daniell was born in 1749 at the Chertsey inn, kept by his father, and was apprenticed to an heraldic painter. Daniell, however, was animated with a love of the romantic and beautiful in architecture and nature. Up to 1784, he painted topographical subjects and flower pieces. By this time, his two nephews had come under his influence, the younger, Samuel, being apprenticed to the landscape engraver Thomas Medland, and the elder, William, being under his own care. In this year (1784), he embarked for India accompanied by William Daniell, and found at Calcutta ample encouragement. He stayed there for ten years, and on returning to London published his largest work, Oriental Scenery, in six large volumes, not completed until 1808. From 1795 until 1828, he continued to exhibit Eastern subjects, temples, jungle hunts etc., and at the same time continued the publication of illustrated works. These are Views of Calcutta; Oriental Scenery, 144 plates; Views in Egypt; Excavations at Ellora; Picturesque Voyage to China. These were, for the most part, executed in aquatint. He contributed drawings to Rees's Cyclopaedia, but these have not been identified.
He was elected a Royal Academician in 1790, fellow of the Royal Society of Arts about the same time, and at different times was a member of several minor societies. His nephews both died before him. His Indian period had made him independent, and he lived a bachelor life at Kensington till his death.
see population composition means the structure of the population .. like how many males and females are there in the country,what is their age, their occupation, and also to see how educated they are..and we can represent all this through the population pyramid .. the population pyramidis basically divided into 3 age groups :
2) 15-59 or 15 - 64
3) 60 above or 65 yrs and above
in these agr groups the 15-64 agr group is considered as working age group and other 2 age group i.e. 0-14 yrs and 65+ yrs is known as dependent age groups or non-working age groups. this was all about the active and dependents in the country ...
they pyramid also tells us about the birth rate and death rate of a country ...if the birth and death rates both are high then the pyramid's base is broad and then narrow at the top because even if many children are born they may die earlier this is the 1st case.
2nd case : if death rates are low then the base would be broad and this shows that there is more survivial of people and due to this it means that there is a stronger group for development of the country
3rd case : if birth rate and death rates both are low then the pyramid's base would be narrow at the bottom due to low birth rates and we can say that it might be a little broad at the top as the death rate is low
so this is all about popluation pyramid just remember this much that population composition is represented through the population pyramid .. u don't need to remember that when would the pyramid be narrow and all... is population pyramid only 1 point is imp that is of the dependents
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