About Art – The Photography of David Guramishvili

Georgian artist and amateur photographer David Guramishvili (1857-1926) entered the Academy of Arts in Munich in 1886 where he became interested in photography, especially of life in the streets. These photographs are part of a series called ‘Bazaar’ and were taken in Tiflis (the name for Tbilisi during the time of the Russian Empire).

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

Bazaar in Tiflis by David Guramishvili

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