Everyday objects / Domestic utensils and vessels (240 Subjects)
Woman from Trikeri.
Woman from Makrynitsa.
Woman from Kythnos.
Female costume of Aegina and Megara.
Spouse of a Greek local notable.
Greek local notable.
Physiognomic types of the East.
Woman from Chios.
The Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens.
Women's working costume from Pityós, Chios, 1822-1866. Illustration published by A. Karavas; drawing by Phrixus Aristefs, in author's collection.
Interior of an Abyssinian library, in the Monastery of Souriani on the Natron Lakes.
Greek woman from Istanbul with washbowl and pitcher.
Peasant woman at the well.
Scene at a fountain in the centre of Athens.
House of Girgius Adeeb, at Antioch.
Court of a Muslim house near Salahiyeh near Damascus.
Peasants from the outskirts of Athens.
Woman from Eleusis.
Priest on his way to perform a baptism ceremony.
Interior of a peasant hut, lithograph from edition by O. M. Von Stackelberg.
Lunch at the Voivodalik (seat of the Turkish Voivod or governor of Athens), lithograph by Louis Dupré.
Ball in Malaga.
Ibriktar Ağası, water bearer to the Sultan.
Bölük başı, chief cook of the Sultan's palace.
Aşçı, cook in the Sultan's palace.
Helvacı, chief confectioner in the Sultan's palace.
Efendi, Ottoman scholar in his study.
Saka, dervish who distributes water on the street for charity.
Turk lover slashes his arm with a knife in front his beloved as proof of his love.