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Antoin Sevruguin

Antoin Sevruguin

Isfahan, Iran 1880s -  bazaar, photo by Antoin Sevruguin

Isfahan bazaar, photo by Antoin Sevruguin (Persian :آنتوان سورگین: )

Portrait of a Rabbi from Iran by Antoin Sevruguin (1830-1933).

ofskfe: “ Portrait of a Rabbi from Iran by Antoin Sevruguin ”

A young Persian dervish holding a tabar (axe), by Antoin Sevruguin, 1830-1933.

A young Persian dervish holding a tabar (axe), by Antoin Sevruguin,

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les-sources-du-nil: “Antoin Sevruguin Persian woman lying on carpet, Iran, Qajar dynasty, 1901 (Museum Volkenkunde) ”

Antoin Sevruguin, Armenian–Iranian photographer (b. Tehran, late 1830s; d. Tehran, 1933): Two Ladies and a Child Reposing in the Harem Late 19th century. Brooklyn Museum

Antoin Sevruguin, Armenian–Iranian photographer (b. Tehran, late d. Tehran, Two Ladies and a Child Reposing in the Harem Late century.

Kurdish noblewoman, by Antoin Khan (1830–1933) was photographer in Iran during at the close of the Qajar dynasty (1785–1925)

Kurdish noblewoman, by Antoin Khan was photographer in Iran during at the close of the Qajar dynasty

Beggar in Tehran, Antoine Sevruguin late 19C

Antoin Sevruguin, Armenian–Iranian photographer (b. Tehran, late d. Tehran, Bettler in Teheran, 1880

آنتوان سوروگین ( زاده 1209 ، درگذشت 1312 خورشیدی) یک عکاس روسی - گرجی حاضر در ایران عصر قاجار بود. او مردی آرام ، گوشه گیر  و خوش برخورد و گشاده رو و در عکاسی استاد بود. او برای کامل کردن مجموعه عکس های خود تمامی ایران را زیر پا گذاشت و از سوژه های گوناگون بهترین تصاویر را تهیه کرد.  مردم ، مناظر ، بناهای تاریخی ، آداب و رسوم، مشاغل و حرفه ها ، اشیا و سرانجام تمام زوایای زندگی ایرانیان سوژه ی عکاسی او بودند.

Antoin Sevruguin into a Russian family of Armenian-Georgian origin in the Russian embassy of Tehran, Iran: Antoin Sevruguin was one of the many children of Vasily Sevryugin and a Georgian Achin Khanoum.

d-ici-et-d-ailleurs:  Jeunes femmes iraniennes en costume traditionnel, fin 19e. Photo de  Antoin Sevruguin, photographe irano-russe ((1830-1933) (Brooklyn Museum)

Two Women in Tribal Costume Artist: Possibly Antoin Sevruguin Medium: Albumen silver photograph Dates: Late century Dynasty: Qajar

Jewish Quarter of Tehran, Iran. Antoin Sevruguin (1830-1933). “The quarter was located on the southeast side of the old walls of the city of Tehran. In the background of the image, a man seems to be holding a cigarette in hand."

The Jewish Quarter in Tehran, Iran, during the Qajar period.

Portrait of an ultra cool iranian/persian woman looking like a goddess with a persian hookah, mirror and carpet, taken by Antoin Sevruguin in Iran, 1901

les-sources-du-nil: “Antoin Sevruguin Portrait of a reclining woman with hookah and Persian mirror, Iran, 1901 (Kern Photography Collection, Museum of Ethnology) ”

Old Photos of Iranian women 120 years ago  YekFun

Antoin Sevruguin, the father of Iranian society photography, captured portraits of Iranian women in the early century, from well-known ladies at the court to women from various tribes around t

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