About Art – Hand Colored 19th Century Photographs of Tiflis

In the late 19th century, Tbilisi (called Tiflis during the time of the Russian Empire) was the seat of the Tsar’s viceroy and served as the Imperial capital of the entire Caucasus. Several renowned photographers undertook photographic studies of the city and its people, including Georgian photographer Dmitri Ivanovich Ermakov.

Hand colored photo of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Hand colored photograph of 19th century Tbilisi

Photos courtesy of Tbilisi Government.

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