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Writing Room by Giovanni Jean Brindesi (Paris, c.1855-1860)

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Writing Room by Giovanni Jean Brindesi was printed in 'Souvenir de Constantinople' album in Paris in c.1855-1860

Year: c.1855-1860
City: Paris
Engraving art: Tinted lithographic
Artist: Giovanni Jean Brindesi (1826-1888) 

Giovanni Jean Brindesi started his career as a watercolour painter who lived in Istanbul during the reign of Abdulmecit (1831-1861). His main work consisted of depicting scenes of the public, private and military life of the city. His workshop was at Pera neighbourhood and his tomb is located at the Catholic cemetery of Feriköy district in Istanbul. His paintings were lithographed by Lemercier publishing house in Paris and published in two Albums (1855-1860). The first Album shows a series of costumes, mainly of Ottoman officials, and the second scenes from everyday life in Istanbul. Brindesi's original drawings are kept at the Museum of Topkapi Palace, Istanbul and the University of Istanbul. (Text source: Travelogues) 

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Writing Room by Giovanni Jean Brindesi (Paris, c.1855-1860)
Writing Room by Giovanni Jean Brindesi (Paris, c.1855-1860)
Writing Room by Giovanni Jean Brindesi (Paris, c.1855-1860)
Writing Room by Giovanni Jean Brindesi (Paris, c.1855-1860)

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