Boats and ships (1788 Subjects)
Tenedos island, 1863.
George I of Greece departures from Copenhagen, 1863.
The New Fortress of Corfu, 1866.
Santorini and the islet of Nea Kameni, 1866.
Volcanic gas at Santorini, February 1866.
The blockade-runner “Arcadi”, symbol of the Cretan revolution, towed up the Dardanelles by Ottoman ships.
View of the city of Chania, 1867.
Entrance to the harbour of Argostoli, 1867.
The town of Lixouri as it was before the 1867 earthquake.
H.M.S. “Ocean” brings provisions to the sufferers of the 1867 earthquake that hit Lesbos island.
The castle of Mytilene, Lesbos, 1867.
Lefkada, after the devastating earthquake of 1869.
The plain of Marathon and the Acropolis (composition). The temple of the Olympian Zeus, in the background.
Church at Oropos where, according to popular legend, the brigand brothers Arvanitakis attended mass together with the British travellers they had taken captive (Dilesi murders, 1870).
View of Santorini island from the west, 1870. In the background, the village of Oia.
The temple of Poseidon at Sounion, 1870.
General view of Lavrion and the mines, from the sea, 1870.
Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) departs from Piraeus, 1875.
George I of Greece visits Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) on board HMS “Serapis” at the port of Piraeus, 1875.
State breakfast given by Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) on board HMS “Serapis” to the King and Queen of Greece, 1875.
The state barge bringing George I and his suite to HMS “Serapis”, to visit Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England), who visited to Greece in 1875.
View of the White Tower and the eastern wall of Thessaloniki, from the Muslim cemetery, 1875.
View of Thessaloniki from the sea, 1876.
George I and Olga of Greece visit admiral James Drummond, K.C.B, on flagship “Hercules”, 1877.
Great Eastern crisis of 1875-78: Greeks leave the city of Kavarna (today in Bulgaria).
Great Eastern crisis of 1875-78: The Turkish fleet in Souda bay exercises in preparation against a supposed Russian attack by torpedoes.
View of Kavala from the sea.
Greek uprising in Thessaly, 1878: View of Mount Pelion from the gulf of Volos.