Ю. Канцлер, Жюль Канцлер, Izzet Kaya Kanzler
Kanzler spent part of his life in the Russian Empire as a painter and the other in Turkey as a photographer who “documented” the early years of the Turkish Republic.
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Anonymous. “Photo Russe Electrique.” Presse du Soir, April 1920, n.p.
Anonymous. "Turkish President Meets 500 at Civic Reception." The Los Angeles Times, 10 February 1954, p. 14.
Aygun, Ekaterina. “İkinci Ev Bulma Öyküsü.” Sanat Dünyamız, no. 177, 2020, pp. 46–51.
Bournakine, Anatoliy, editor. Russkiye na Bosfore. Les Russes sur le Bosphore. Imp. L. Babok & fils, 1928.
Deleon, Jak. “Beyoğlu’nda İz Bırakanlar 2.” Güneş, 9 August 1990, n.p.
Evren, Burçak. “Jules Kanzler.” Tombak, no. 27, 1999, pp. 4–6.
Ziflioğlu, Vercihan.“Beni Unutma Rusyam” Asırlık Sürgün. Kuzey Işığı Yayınları, 2019.
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Slavonic Library (Slovanská knihovna) in Prague.
Archive of Grand National Assembly of Turkey.
The Republican Archive of the Prime Ministry (Turkey).
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Istanbul, Ottoman Empire/Turkey (1920–1946).
Grand Rue de Pera 197 (now presumably İstiklal Caddesi 133), Beyoğlu, Istanbul (studio); Grand Rue de Pera 374/376 (now presumably Istiklal Caddesi 150), Beyoğlu, Istanbul (studio); Grand Rue de Pera 67 (now presumably Istiklal Caddesi 51), Beyoğlu, Istanbul (studio); Gayret Apartmanı, Ayaspaşa (could be Talimhane), Beyoğlu, Istanbul (residence).
As a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts and Technical University in Istanbul from 1937 until 1966, Rudolf Belling taught his students the technicalities of form, material and proportion.
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Nikolai Peroff lived in Istanbul until the end of his life. He was engaged in restorations, carried out scene decorations, and did a lot for the Russian churches in Karaköy.
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Kalmykoff played an active part in the Union of Russian Painters in Constantinople and at the same time worked as a stage designer. Later he acquired the Turkish citizenship.
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The almanac Les Russes sur le Bosphore is a joint work of Russian-speaking émigrés in Istanbul who were faced with the challenge of leaving the country or becoming naturalised.
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The exiled architects Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky and Wilhelm Schütte lived from 1938 in an apartment in Kabataş, on the European side of Istanbul. The flat has been preserved in numerous photographs, allowing the interior design to be reconstructed. The view of the Bosporus from the balcony was spectacular.
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Sam Sanzetti was a precocious photographer and portrait artist, whose signature style came to define the aesthetic of the Shanghai bourgeoisie. The portraits produced in Sanzetti Studio, masterfully retouched and delicately hand-tinted, reflected the growing fascination with Hollywood.
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