Julia Grimes, research associate in the Getty analysis Institute, presents a remarkable collection of pictures through the Pierre de Gigord Collection detailing life that is armenian the 19th-century Ottoman Empire, numerous through the studio of Armenian photographers Pascal Sebah as well as the Abdullah Freres.
Profiting from the generosity that is continued of picture collector Pierre de Gigord, the Getty analysis Institute (GRI) has put together a thorough assortment of pictures documenting the 19th-century Ottoman Empire, especially the location which we realize now as Turkey. A growing number of these photographs depict the Armenian community inside the kingdom, representing spiritual leaders, families, and people in complete dress that is ethnic. Besides those surviving in Constantinople (present-day Istanbul), the Ottoman money and located area of the major photographic studios, specific pictures additionally record details of life various other metropolitan areas, including valuable views of these Armenian quarters.
J. Pascal Sebah (Armenian, 1823-1886), Armenian Patriarch, ca. 1880. L . A ., Getty Analysis Institute (96.R.14, Box 80)