Enrique Lafuente Ferrari Photographic collection

28 January 2016 Comment

Enrique Lafuente Ferrari Photographic collection. The Photographic Archive Enrique Lafuente Ferrari (1898-1985) consists of 11,545 photographs from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.

Enrique Lafuente Ferrari, professor of art history at the School of Fine Arts of San Fernando collected this important photographic collection in order for students to see different periods of art, artistic styles and individual works of art. Therefore the collection represents art history of Asia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, during the Early Christian period, Byzantine period, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassical Realism, Romanticism, etc., moreover the Indian, Japanese, Chinese and Arabian art history is represented.

These photographs display paintings, sculptures and architectures.

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  • Spatial Coverage

    Southern Europe, Asia

  • Time Coverage

    Multiple Eras