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Emigrant age colour photographs and
films by Prokudin-Gorskii & sons
Nadezhda Stanulevich
The Russian Academy of Fine Arts...
Images from International web-project “The Heritage of Sergey
Prokudin-Gorskii” will be marked by logo
• Biography of Prok...
Peasant girls. 1909. Sergey Prokudin-Gorskii. Library of Congress.
Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944)
• 18 (30) August 1863 [Register book in
Vladimirskaya guberniya Pokrovskii uyezd]
• Al...
Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
First black and white photographs no later than summer 1892
Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
Special camera for additive colour photography process
Magic lantern of professor Miethe. Deutsches Museum, München
Adolf Miethe (1862-1927)
Prokudin-Gorskii visited A.Miethe’s laboratory in
Charlottenburg no later than December 1902.
Prokudin-Gorskii’s studio was opened in 1900s.
Colour postcards based on Prokudin-Gorskii’s photo. 1905.
Private archive of Nadezhda Stanulevich
Fototehnicheskoe delo. 1905.
Prokudin-Gorskii was an editor in chief of
“Photographer Amateur” since 1906.
Presentation of colour photographs.
Reconstruction from film “Colour of Nation” by Leonid Parfenov, 2014.
Prokudin-Gorskii left Russia about 15th August 1918.
Гаранина С.П. Из записных книжек Прокудина-Горского
// Киноведческие записки №29. 1996, С. 127-131
Production colour cinem...
Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
Andreï Korliakov. Le Grand Exode Russe.
1917-1939.
First colour cinema made by Prokudin-Gorskii in Europe was
showed in one of the London theatre on 16th March 1921.
Prokudin-Gorskii with his younger son founded company “Societé de Photochimic
Elka” in Nice in 1924. Private archive of Di...
Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
Pens. Offset. 1928
www.parisposters.com
“Gorsky”. 1930.
1932
Fléchet (Hats). 1948.
Photo Gorsky-Triora
Album du Figaro 1949 N°20, Autumn, La Nouvelle Mode est
née, Christian Dior, Schiaparelli
Jacques Fath (Couture) 1949 Phot...
Iris. 1934.
"GENIEVRE DE L'ABBAYE“
GORSKY Frères
1936
Colour printing. 1930s.
Histoire du Tour de France. 1952. Gorsky-Magny. Paris.
Tableaux PROVINCE de FRANCE.
1948
Calendarier 1963.
Photo Gorsky Ed.
Official description by “Gorsky Frères”
Nestlé. Commercial. 1935
1936 1937
Nestlé. Commercial.
Le Président Doumergue (1871-1931).
Gorsky Frères. Illustration. 1931.
Exposition International des Arts et des
Techniques. 1937
Candy tin box. 1950s. Gorsky-Magny.
Gorsky Frères. 1934.
Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
Library of Congress bought collection of Prokudin-Gorskii’s
photographs in 1948.
Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
Emigrant Age Colour Photographs and Films by Prokudin-Gorskii & sons
Emigrant Age Colour Photographs and Films by Prokudin-Gorskii & sons
Emigrant Age Colour Photographs and Films by Prokudin-Gorskii & sons
Emigrant Age Colour Photographs and Films by Prokudin-Gorskii & sons
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International Conference “Russian Émigré Culture: Transcending the Borders of Countries, Languages and Disciplines”, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbruecken, November 12-15, 2015

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Emigrant Age Colour Photographs and Films by Prokudin-Gorskii & sons

  1. 1. Emigrant age colour photographs and films by Prokudin-Gorskii & sons Nadezhda Stanulevich The Russian Academy of Fine Arts Museum, St. Petersburg Russian Émigré Culture: Transcending the Borders of Countries, Languages, and Disciplines Universität des Saarlandes, 15th November 2015
  2. 2. Images from International web-project “The Heritage of Sergey Prokudin-Gorskii” will be marked by logo • Biography of Prokudin-Gorskii and his family • History of their emigration • Examples of colour photographs by Prokudin-Gorskii & sons
  3. 3. Peasant girls. 1909. Sergey Prokudin-Gorskii. Library of Congress.
  4. 4. Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944) • 18 (30) August 1863 [Register book in Vladimirskaya guberniya Pokrovskii uyezd] • Alexandrovskii Lyceum before 1886 • St.Petersburg University October 1886-November 1888 • Imperial Army Medical College September 1888- April 1889 • First black and white photographs no later than in summer 1892
  5. 5. Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
  6. 6. First black and white photographs no later than summer 1892
  7. 7. Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
  8. 8. Special camera for additive colour photography process
  9. 9. Magic lantern of professor Miethe. Deutsches Museum, München
  10. 10. Adolf Miethe (1862-1927) Prokudin-Gorskii visited A.Miethe’s laboratory in Charlottenburg no later than December 1902.
  11. 11. Prokudin-Gorskii’s studio was opened in 1900s.
  12. 12. Colour postcards based on Prokudin-Gorskii’s photo. 1905.
  13. 13. Private archive of Nadezhda Stanulevich
  14. 14. Fototehnicheskoe delo. 1905.
  15. 15. Prokudin-Gorskii was an editor in chief of “Photographer Amateur” since 1906.
  16. 16. Presentation of colour photographs. Reconstruction from film “Colour of Nation” by Leonid Parfenov, 2014.
  17. 17. Prokudin-Gorskii left Russia about 15th August 1918.
  18. 18. Гаранина С.П. Из записных книжек Прокудина-Горского // Киноведческие записки №29. 1996, С. 127-131 Production colour cinema was the main reason for leaving Russia • 1918-1919 Norway • 1919-1921 Great Britain • 1921-1944 France
  19. 19. Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
  20. 20. Andreï Korliakov. Le Grand Exode Russe. 1917-1939.
  21. 21. First colour cinema made by Prokudin-Gorskii in Europe was showed in one of the London theatre on 16th March 1921.
  22. 22. Prokudin-Gorskii with his younger son founded company “Societé de Photochimic Elka” in Nice in 1924. Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
  23. 23. Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
  24. 24. Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
  25. 25. Pens. Offset. 1928 www.parisposters.com
  26. 26. “Gorsky”. 1930.
  27. 27. 1932
  28. 28. Fléchet (Hats). 1948. Photo Gorsky-Triora
  29. 29. Album du Figaro 1949 N°20, Autumn, La Nouvelle Mode est née, Christian Dior, Schiaparelli Jacques Fath (Couture) 1949 Photo Gorsky Freres
  30. 30. Iris. 1934.
  31. 31. "GENIEVRE DE L'ABBAYE“ GORSKY Frères 1936
  32. 32. Colour printing. 1930s.
  33. 33. Histoire du Tour de France. 1952. Gorsky-Magny. Paris.
  34. 34. Tableaux PROVINCE de FRANCE. 1948
  35. 35. Calendarier 1963. Photo Gorsky Ed.
  36. 36. Official description by “Gorsky Frères”
  37. 37. Nestlé. Commercial. 1935
  38. 38. 1936 1937 Nestlé. Commercial.
  39. 39. Le Président Doumergue (1871-1931). Gorsky Frères. Illustration. 1931.
  40. 40. Exposition International des Arts et des Techniques. 1937
  41. 41. Candy tin box. 1950s. Gorsky-Magny.
  42. 42. Gorsky Frères. 1934.
  43. 43. Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine
  44. 44. Library of Congress bought collection of Prokudin-Gorskii’s photographs in 1948.
  45. 45. Private archive of Dimitri Swetchine

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