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Photo Collections

The Institute possesses a rich photograph archive, that includes three major collections:

  • The photographs assembled by Hermann August Voss (1884-1969)
  • Caravaggism in Europe (including the photographs collected by Benedict Nicolson [1914-1978])
  • Dutch and Flemish art (including the photographs and reproductions assembled by the late Luigi Magnaguagno)

These collections facilitate research for the study of Western art from the late Middle Ages to the modern period. Between 2005 and 2007 they have been completely digitized and can now be browsed online.

The original photographs and master scans are available for research by visitors on-site, in the library of the Institute (Monday to Friday, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm ; 1:30 – 5:30 pm). For on-site consultation appointments with a member of our staff are strongly encouraged.

Go to the NIKI photo website.

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