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FOUND IN: Biblioteca Berenson, I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance StudiesCollection Identifier: BER-23
Includes photographs of Byzantine art and architecture that are part of the Berenson Library core photo collection.
FOUND IN: Dumbarton OaksCollection Identifier: PH.BZ.019
Scope and Contents: The collection comprises 199 photographic prints by Edward Eliopoulos documenting Byzantine churches in Mani, Greece. Eliopoulos produced black and white photographs and color slides during his frequent visits to Mani between 1958 and 1980. Included are 94 black and white photographs and 105 color photographs. (ICFA does not have any of Eliopoulos’s original negatives or any of the original slides from which the color photographs were produced.) The photographs depict 17 churches in Mani,...
FOUND IN: Dumbarton OaksCollection Identifier: PH.BZ.027
Scope and Contents: The collection includes black and white negatives, black and white photographic prints, and color slides depicting Byzantine religious architecture, frescoes, mosaics, icons, and manuscripts in Turkey (Cappadocia and Istanbul primarily), Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Italy, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, and France. The photographs were taken by Natalia Teteriatnikov as part of her research on Byzantine art and architecture. It also includes a group of glass negatives of bronze crosses and icons...