Architectonic Fixations: Photographs from 
the Collection of Russell Sturgis



AN INVENTORY OF IMAGES TO BE EXHIBITED

Alencon, France. The Church of Our Lady, The Grand Gable of the West Facade.. Seraphin Mederic Mieusement, French photograper, active from 1863 to 1890.

Amalfi, Italy. The Cathedral of S. Andrea. Carlo and Giacomo Brogi, Italian photographers, 1850-1925 and 1822-81 respectively).

Athens, Greece. The Ruins of the Theater of Bacchus.

Barcelona, Spain. The Bridge of the Devil at Martorell.. Studio of Isaac Levy, French photographic studio, active between circa 1865-1900.

Bernay, France. A Timber Framed House. Seraphin Mederic Mieusement, French photographer, active from 1863-1890.

Brunswick (also called Braunschweig), Germany.  The Old Weighing House.

Brussels, Belgium. Guild Houses. Attributed to the Bisson Freres, French
photographers, active from 1840 to 1864.

Capodistria (also called Koper or Kopar), Slovenia.  Working the Salt Beds.

Chichen Itza, Mexico. The Main Facade of the Nun's Palace, 1860.  Desire Charnay, French photographer, 1828-1915.

Como, Italy. A Passage via 'Serbelloni.'

Cordova (also called Cordoba), Spain. The Ceiling of the Grand Mosque. Max Junghandel, German photographer, born 1861. 

Dijon, France. An Angel's Balcony.

Dinan, France. The Street 'Zerzual.

Dresden, Germany. The 'Zwinger.

Ferrara, Italy. The Palace of Diamanti. Studio of Leopoldo Alinari, Italian photographic studio, active from 1854.

Florence (also called Firenze), Italy.A Panoramic View. Attributed to Leopoldo Alinari, Italian photographer, 1832-65.

Florence (also called Firenze), Italy. The Cathedral.  Mannelli, A. & Company, Italian photographic editors, active from circa 1890.

Florence (also called Firenze), Italy. The Loge of Lanzi. Giorgio Sommer, Italian photographer (born in Germany), 1834-1914.

Goslar, Germany. An Interior View of the House at 'Schreiberstrasse 10.'

Goslar, Germany. The Houses at 'Bergstrasse 73 and 60.'

Halberstadt, Germany. The House 'Zwicken' at the Cathedral Square.

Haarlem, The Netherlands. The Cathedral of St. Bavo and the Slaughterhouse (currently the Frans Hals Museum).

Hoorn, The Netherlands.  The Tower 'Hoord Poart.' Studio of Isaac Levy, French photographic studio, active between circa 1865-1900.

Japan. A View of the Bridge Tagonourabashi Looking Towards Fudizan (Mount Fuji).

Karnak, Egypt.The Hypostyle Hall in the Great Temple. Felix Bonfils, French photographer, active from 1867 to 1885.

Lewes, England. A Shop Window.

Lincoln, England. The Nave of the Cathedral Looking East. George Washington Wilson, British photographer, 1823-1893).

London, England.  Poet's Corner in Westminster Abbey. Francis Frith and Company, English publisher, active from 1859-60.

London, England.  The Sailor's Chapel at the Greenwich Hospital.

Lucca (also called Luca), Italy. The Cathedral and Surroundings. Studio of Leopoldo Alinari, Italian photographic studio, active from 1854.

Luxor, Egypt. A Panoramic View. Attributed to Beato Antonio, English photographer (born in Italy), circa 1825-1905.

Mainz, Germany (also called Mayence). The Elector's Castle, East Corner. Window and Surrounding Detail.

Mantua (also called Mantova), Italy. An Interior View of the Ducal Palace. Studio of Leopoldo Alinari, Italian photographic studio, active from 1854.

Medinet Abou, Egypt. The Gallery of Thotmes I in the Great Temple. Attributed to the Studio of Felix Bonfils, French photographic studio, active from 1885 to 1907.

Milan (also called Milano), Italy. The Cathedral. Carlo and Giacomo Brogi, Italian photographers, 1850-1925 and 1822-81 respectively)

Naples (also called Napoli), Italy. A Panoramic View of the Harbor from the Church of San Martino (currently the National Museum of San Martino). Carlo and Giacomo Brogi, Italian photographers, 1850-1925 and 1822-81 respectively.

Naples (also called Napoli), Italy. The Stairwell of the Royal Palace. Giorgio Sommer, Italian photographer (born in Germany), 1834-1914.

[Osaka], Japan. A Bridge Scene.

Palmyra, Syria (also called Tadmor or Tamur). A Sculptured Capital. Felix Bonfils, French photographer, active from 1867 to 1885.

Paris, France. A Detail of a Staircase at the Hotel de Ville (before the Commune fire of 1871). Attributed to Charles Marville, French photographer, circa 1816-1879.

Paris, France. The Hotel de Ville (after the Commune fire of 1871). Attributed to Charles Marville, French photographer, circa 1816-1879.

Paris, France. The Trocodero Museum and Gardens (today the site of a newer structure, the Chaillot Palace [1937]). Seraphin Mederic Mieusement, French photographer, active from from 1863 to 1890.

Pisa, Italy. The Baptistery, Cathedral, and Campanile. Leopoldo Alinari, Italian photographer, 1832-1865.

Pierrefonds, France. The Chateau.

Pompeii, Italy. The Street 'Salustio.'. Giorgio Sommer, Italian photographer (born in Germany), 1834-1914.

Pula (also called Pola or Pulj), Croatia. The Roman Amphitheater. Studio of Isaac Levy, French photographic studio, active between circa 1865-1900.

Rome (also called Roma), Italy. A Hermaphrodite in Marble (from the National Museum).  Carlo and Giacomo Brogi, Italian photographers, 1850-1925 and 1822-81 respectively.

S. Lo, France. The House 'Dieu.'

Seville (also called Sevilla), Spain. The Bed Chambers of the Kings at the Castle. Max Junghandel, German photographer, born 1861.

Taormina, Italy. The Greek Theater and Environs. Giorgio Sommer, Italian
photographer (born in Germany), 1834-1914.

Toulouse, France. The Cloister and Museum. Antoine and Etienne Neurdein, French photographers, active between circa 1865 and 1915.

Valencay, France. The City Hall.

Vienna (also called Wien), Austria. The Main Hall of the Court Library.

Warwick, England. Leicester's Hospital. James Valentine, British photographer, 1815-79.

Whitby, England. The Abbey Chapter House in Ruins. George Washington Wilson, British photographer, 1823-1893).


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