Coffee (35 Subjects)
Greek local notable.
Waterfront café in Patras.
Interior of Turkish coffee house.
Storyteller in a coffeehouse in Istanbul.
Snapshot from everyday life ouside a coffehouse on the shore of the Golden Horn.
Turkish coffeehouse in Kaşimpaşa.
Scene in coffehouse of Istanbul.
Cafes in Damascus.
Scene at caravanserai in Bulgaria.
Turkish woman drinking coffee.
Itinerant coffee seller.
Itinerant coffee sellers in Istanbul.
Interior of coffee house in Istanbul.
Jewish coffee-seller in Algiers.
The monument of Philopappus in Athens. James Stuart, Nicholas Revett, James Dawkins and Robert Wood are studying the monument. The Janissary who escorts them is preparing coffee. A shepherd with his goats. The Saronic gulf in the background.
Dressing room in the Baths of Suleiman in Rhodes.
Servant offering sweets to woman of the Harem.
The interior of a café at Tophane square.
View of Kandili on the Asiatic shores of the Bosporus. In the foreground some Ottoman men are dancing, while others are enjoying their coffee.
Dance on the west bank of the Nile. On the foreground, two French travellers. The governors of the small vessels are smoking and drinking coffee while sitting on the ground, as are doing two dervishes and their servants farther away. According to Olivier's description, the scene depicts Egyptians dancing a war dance and a more sensual dance.
A café on the Bosphorus, somewhere near Üsküdar. In the background the Mihrimah Sultan Mosque.
The living-room of a noblewoman's house.
The bazaar of Athens. On the forefront, on the right, an emancipated African slave. On the doorway, the owner of the coffeehouse who is brigning a tray with coffee to the Ottoman governor Disdar Aga. Disdar Aga is sitting on the stairs, dressed in red, and next to him sits another Turkish aga. Standing at the entrance of the coffeehouse, the Greek voivode (governor) of Salamis island, who is conversing a Greek Baratario (protegé of a foreign power). At the centre of the picture, three Turkish women covered with long white veils. According to Edward Dodwell's description, the rest of the women depicted are Arvanite. Standing, on the right, a devout Muslim in green costume, an indication that he has made the pigrimage to Mecca.
The interior of a coffeshop, Izmir.
Turkish women in 18th century costume having tea in their private quarters.
Leisure scene at Pinarbasi, a neighbourhood of Bursa. A story teller entertains the public.
The court of Kiliç Ali Pasha Mosque at Tophane, Istanbul. In the background, Nusretiye mosque.
View of the port of Rhodes. View of Yaffa, Israel. Ottomans playing chess. Ottoman women having coffee in their private quarters.
Affluent Turkish ladies enjoying their coffee at home.
Interior of harem, Cairo.