[Tsarskoe Selo. Turkish bath and Chesme column in the background]

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Bianchi, Ivan Karlovich (photographer, 1811-1893).    
[Tsarskoe Selo. Turkish bath and Chesme column in the background] [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo]. - Electronic data (3 files, 300 dpi, JPEG: 43.1 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2014). -
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The photo below is on the left: "I. Monighetti archit.", In the center: "Bagno Turco a Zarscoie-Selò", on the right: "G. Bianchi, photog., 1852".
Materials from the publication are used: Ivan Bianchi - the first painter of Petersburg: the exhibition catalog / [compiled by: Yu. B. Demidenko, AA Kitaev]. - St. Petersburg, 2005. - P. 102.
Electronic reproduction of I. Bianchi's photo "Tsarskoe Selo, Turkish Bath and the Chesme Column in the Background". 1852. Imprint on salty paper. 18.5 x 27.4 cm (36 x 56.3 cm substrate). The electronic reproduction reproduces a separate image of the photo and an image of the photo on the substrate.
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The "Turkish Bath" pavilion was built in 1850 - 1852. The author of the project is the architect IA Monighetti. The model for the pavilion project, which was conceived as a memorial to the Russian-Turkish war of 1828 - 1829, was a Turkish mosque. In the background is seen the Chesme Column, erected in 1774-1778 on the design of A. Rinaldi in honor of the naval victories of Russian weapons in the Russian-Turkish war of 1768-1774 .
1. "Tsarskoe Selo", the State Museum-Reserve (St. Petersburg, the city). Pavilion "Turkish Bath" - Photographs. 2. Rinaldi, Antonio (1710 - 1794). Chesme Column (Pushkin, city, St. Petersburg, city) - Photographs. 3. Territory (collection). 4. Territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, city (collection). 5. St. Petersburg: pages of history (collection). 6. Architectural photographs.
BBC 63.3 (28-8Pet) 52n611
Source of electronic copy: PB
Place of origin: From private collection
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