Citation
Bostandji Bachi

Material Information

Title:
Bostandji Bachi
Series Title:
Paintings illustrating Turkish costumes (MS 60368)
Creator:
Cousinéry, Marcel, 1759-1795
Publication Date:
Materials:
Paper ( medium )
Technique:
Watercolors

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Men ( LCSH )
Asya -- Türkiye -- Marmara Bölgesi -- Ä°stanbul -- Ä°stanbul
Avrupa -- Türkiye -- Marmara Bölgesi -- Ä°stanbul -- Ä°stanbul
Asia -- Turkey -- Marmara -- Istanbul -- Istanbul
Ethnic costume ( LCSH )
Turks ( LCSH )
Clothing ( LCSH )
Turbans ( LCSH )
Üsküfs
Caftans ( LCSH )
Kaftans
Beards ( LCSH )
Mustaches ( LCSH )
Katibi (men's headdress)
Genre:
Pictorial works
National Costumes
Spatial Coverage:
Europe -- Turkey -- Istanbul -- Marmara -- Istanbul
Coordinates:
41.01321 x 28.98361

Notes

General Note:
Original bound in volume 1 of 3.
General Note:
Hand-drawn, with hand colouring.
General Note:
Also attributed to Octavian Dalvimart, engraved by various artists, and published by William Miller in a volume entitled 'Costume Of Turkey' (London, 1802). This is likely not the case as the style of this illustration is different from that of Dalvimart. Indeed, Dalvimart appears to have been a copist; his images and their settings bear a strong likeness to those of Cousinéry.
General Note:
A Bostandji Bachi is the chief of the Bostandji or the imperial guards of the Ottoman Empire. Bostanjis were mainly responsible for protecting the sultan's palace and its premises.
General Note:
Cette image est dans le domaine public. Licence d'utilisation: Creative Commons, CC BY-NC (Attribution / Pas d'Utilisation Commerciale).
General Note:
Bu görüntü kamu malıdır. Kullanım için lisanslı: Creative Commons CC BY-NC (Atıf/Ticari olmayan).
General Note:
From the library of Lucien Boneparte
General Note:
De la bibliothèque Lucien Boneparte.
General Note:
Lucien Boneparte kütüphanesinden

Record Information

Source Institution:
SOAS, University of London
Holding Location:
Archives and Special Collections
Rights Management:
This image is in the public domain. Licensed for use: Creative Commons, CC BY-NC (Attribution/Non-Commercial).
Resource Identifier:
MS 60368 ( SOAS Manuscript Number )
417277945 ( OCLC )