Paul Collart: Album Constantinople

Between 1926 and 1960, Paul Collart and his wife Madeleine, compiled a series of 38 albums made with grey-blue card based on his travel in the Middle East and on specific work projects. The albums illustrate his interest in archaeology, history, nature, landscape and social life in the early 20th century. 

The collection, “Constantinople-Brousse” contains 22 images that provide a representative selection of photographs related to Turkey. 

Included in the original album are:
-Bosphorus
-Hagia Sophia 
-Sultan Ahmed
-Saray
-Little Hagia Sophia
-Bayazid
-Süleymaniye
-Fatih
-Sélimié
-Eyoub
-Golden Horn
-Eyoub and Golden Hor
-Sarayburnu
-The Prince Islands
-Kodikoy
-Brousse

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