Mask of Vaikuntha Vishnu, late 5th century. Learn more about 5th century masks
A Scottish-born doctor who started making photographs c. 1849, while working in the Medical Service of the army of the East India Company. He is known for his photographs of architectural views, particularly Mughal architecture in and around Agra and the Uttar Pradesh region in India, using both glass and waxed-paper negatives. In the absence of simple procedures to enlarge photographs, Murray worked with a large-format wooden camera to produce negatives that were up to 16 by 20 inches.