Portraits (524 Subjects)
The wife of the Ottoman governor of Athens.
Ottoman woman dancer.
Woman of the harem riding a horse.
Woman of Chios.
Portrait of Francesco Morosini in the style of Aeneas, based on his statue at the Palazzo dei Dogi, Venice.
Portrait of Leopold I, the Holy Roman Emperor, head of the Christian states of Central Europe in the Second Siege of Vienna.
Portrait of Sultan Mehmed IV.
Portrait of Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa Pasha, prime mover of the Second Siege of Vienna.
Portrait of Charles II of Spain.
Portrait of Emmanuel Maximilian II, Elector of Bavaria.
Portrait of Charles V, Duke of Lorraine.
Portrait of Julius Francis, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg.
Portrait of Frederick William III of Prussia.
Portrait of Emerich Tekkesi, head of the Protestants of the Austrian territories of Hungary.
Silhouette portrait of a man, possibly the traveller Count Louis-François de Ferrières-Sauveboeuf. Excerpt from aria written for male voice.
Portrait of the Duchess of Polignac, close friend of Marie Antoinette of France and famous beauty of pre-revolutionary France.
Portrait of Swedish military officer Jacob Johan Anckarström, executed for the murder of Gustav III of Sweden.
Portrait of the Archbishop of Moscow in vestments of the Resurrection ceremony.
Portrait of woman from Kalmykia.
46. Ottoman aqueduct in Belgrade forest, Istanbul. 50, 51 and 52. Architectural features of the aqueduct. 48. Monastery on Chios island. 54. The Sultan.
Statue of Conradin, Duke of Swabia and King of Sicily (1252-1268) at the church of Santa Maria del Carmine, Naples. The statue was made by Bertel Thorvaldsen and erected by Maximilian of Bavaria in 1847.
Portrait of Otto of Greece.
Portrait of Amalia, Queen of Greece.
Page of King Otto.
Theodoros Kolokotronis lying in stay at Athens, 17th February 1843.
Potrait of Dimitrios Kallergis.
Celebration in the honour of Dimitrios Kallergis at a tavern in London.
Portrait of Dimitrios Voulgaris, who was prime minister of Greece eight times.
Portrait of George I of Greece.
Portrait of Heinrich Schliemann, 1877. Ancient swastika symbol discovered in Troy.