Sir Charles D'Oyley (1781–1845) produced some of the most attractive views of nineteenth-century Calcutta and Cape Town. During a leisurely posting as the opium agent in Patna, D'Oyly studied with the picaresque artist George Chinnery, later founding the United Patna and Gaya Society (the "Behar School of Athens") and the Behar Lithographic Press as fora for his considerable amateur talents.
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