moshita: “ An 18th century hand-illustrated page from an Ottoman Turk dental book showing a molar infected with toothworms. As early as Babylonian times and lasting well into the eighteenth century,...
Portrait of a Princess
Prenses Dürrüşehvar Sultan - Princess Durru-Chehvar Sultane. Princess and daughter of Caliph Abdulmecid II (born May 30, 1868, Constantinople, Ottoman Empire [now Istanbul, Turkey.]—died Aug. 23, 1944, Paris, Fr.), was the last caliph and crown prince of the Ottoman dynasty of Turkey.
180. Dame turque voilée (Veiled Turkish Lady) - 1880s Albumen Photograph by Pasqual Sébah
Pasqual Sébah was one of the most important professional photographers of his time in the Ottoman Empire. Today, his works are highly sought after by museums and collectors. Of Syrian or Lebanese origins, Sébah (1823-1886) was a leading photographer in Constantinople, now the city of Istanbul. In 1857 he opened a studio, which he called "El Chark," next to the Russian Embassy on the Grande Rue de Pera, the main shopping street of the European part of the city. He sold photographs of the…
Cushion Cover (Yastik) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Object Name: Cushion cover. Date: 17th century. Geography: Attributed to Turkey. Medium: Silk, cotton, metal wrapped thread; cut and voided velvet, brocaded...
La Pintura y la Guerra - Página 807
Un lugar para publicar y analizar los cuadros de las grandes batallas de la humanidad, desde la antigua Grecia hasta la invencion del cine a sido el unico mo…
Ottoman Imperial Archives (@OttomanArchive)
The latest Tweets from Ottoman Imperial Archives (@OttomanArchive). Thousands of historical pictures, maps and documents about the Ottoman Empire | Devlet-i Aliyye. Support our work: https://t.co/Y1aWwbLuyq. Istanbul, Turkey
Armenians and Armenian Photographers in the Ottoman Empire
GETTY RESEARCH INSTITUTE - Julia Grimes introduces a fascinating selection of images from the Pierre de Gigord Collection detailing Armenian life in the 19th-century Ottoman Empire, many from the studio of Armenian photographers Pascal Sebah and the Abdullah Frères.