Dr. Jocelyn Anderson


About Dr. Jocelyn Anderson

Dr. Jocelyn Anderson received her Ph.D. at the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2013. She has held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and the post of Early Career Lecturer in Early Modern Art at the Courtauld. She has received grants from the Marc Fitch Fund and the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain.


Tipu’s Tiger (also Tippoo’s Tiger), c. 1793, Mysore, painted wood with metal fixtures © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Made for a sultan, this unusual automaton emblematizes the fierce hostility between British and Indian rulers.

Tipu’s Tiger


Tipu's Tiger
Made for a sultan, this unusual automaton emblematizes the fierce hostility between British and Indian rulers.

A-Level: Tipu’s Tiger


Tipu's Tiger
Made for a sultan, this unusual automaton emblematizes the fierce hostility between British and Indian rulers.

Tipu’s Tiger