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Byzantine (culture and style)

 Subject
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Nicholas V. Artamonoff photographs of Istanbul and Turkey, 1935-1945

FOUND IN: Dumbarton Oaks
Collection Identifier: PH.BZ.010
Scope and Contents:

The collection includes 544 photographs taken in Istanbul and five archaeological sites in Western Turkey (Ephesus, Hierapolis, Laodicea on the Lycus, Pergamum, Priene) from 1935 to 1945. The collection also includes an extensive Addendum consisting of materials relating to biographical research conducted by Günder Varinlioğlu, former ICFA Byzantine Assistant Curator, and Alyssa DesRochers, former ICFA intern, in 2011-2012.

Byzantine black and white mounted photograph collection

FOUND IN: Dumbarton Oaks
Collection Identifier: PH.BZ.001
Scope and Contents: The collection includes over 75,000 mounted black and white photographic prints of Byzantine art, architecture, and archaeology, its bulk being from the fourth through the fifteenth century, along with corresponding negatives where available. The emphasis is on materials that originated in the Byzantine empire and neighboring cultures: Italy, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Slovenia, Romania, Russia, Armenia, and Georgia, as well as Greece, Syria,...

Arthur Kingsley Porter photographs of architecture and manuscripts

FOUND IN: Dumbarton Oaks
Collection Identifier: PH.BZ.007
Scope and Contents: This collection includes selected duplicate photographs from Arthur Kingsley Porter's collection housed in the Fine Arts Library at Harvard University, which is comprised of images of medieval architecture and sculpture taken by Porter and his wife, Lucy. These photos were printed from original nitrate negatives owned by the Fine Arts Library at Harvard University in the 1980s. The nitrate negatives were subsequently destroyed. These duplicate photographs depict Byzantine and Medieval...