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Vanmour, Jean-Baptiste, 1671-1737 National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Poland National Library of Israel

Jean Baptiste Vanmour Flemish-French painter Wikidata

Vanmour, Jean-Baptiste National and University Library in Zagreb BIBSYS ISNI

Vanmour, J.B. (Jean-Baptiste), 1671-1737 National Library of the Netherlands

Vanmour, Jean Baptiste (French painter and draftsman, 1671-1737) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 57665979 (Personal)


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Derwisj Wikidata
Feestende Turkse hovelingen voor een tent Wikidata
The Grand Vizier Crossing the Atmeydanı (Horse Square) Wikidata
Grand Vizier Nevşehirli Damat Ĭbrahim Pasa Wikidata
Greek Men and Women Dancing the Khorra Wikidata
Greek Wedding Wikidata
Griekse geestelijke Wikidata
Griekse mannen en vrouwen dansen de khorra Wikidata
De grootvizier steekt de Atmeydanı (hippodroom) over Wikidata
The Janissary Aga, Commander-in-Chief of the Janissaries Wikidata
Jean Baptiste Vanmour'un tabloari 1631-1737, 1978?: Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Israel
A Jewish Money-Changer Wikidata
Joodse geldwisselaar Wikidata
A journey into the world of the Ottomans : the art of Jean-Baptiste Vanmour, 1671-1737 Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS National Library of the Netherlands National and University Library in Zagreb Sudoc [ABES], France
The Kazasker, Judge Wikidata
The Kislar Aghassi, Chief of the Black Eunuchs of the Sultan Wikidata
De Kislar Aghassi, hoofd der zwarte eunuchen Wikidata
Ladies’ Outing at Hünkâr İskelesi along the Bosporus Wikidata
Lying-in Room of a Distinguished Turkish Woman Wikidata
Maaltijd van voorname Turkse vrouwen Wikidata
The Meal in Honour of Ambassador Cornelis Calkoen Wikidata
Mehmet, the vizir kâhyasi Wikidata
De moefti, hoofd van de religieuze zaken Wikidata
The Mufti, Supreme Religious Leader Wikidata
The Murder of Patrona Halil and his Fellow Rebels Wikidata
Osmanlı kıyafetleri, 1980 Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Israel
Party of Armenians Playing Cards Wikidata
Réception de l'ambassadeur de France, le vicomte d'Andrezel, par le sultan Ahmed III, le 17 octobre 1724, à Constantinople : l'audience du sultan Wikidata
Recueil de cent estampes representant differentes nations du Levant Library of Congress/NACO German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Poland National Library of France xR Extended Relationships
The Reis Effendi, Head of the Chancery Wikidata
De reis effendi, hoofd van de kanselarij Wikidata
Seliktar Agassi, Equerry to the Sultan (Supreme Weapon-Bearer) Wikidata
De Seliktar Aghassi, opperwapendrager van de sultan Wikidata
Sultan Ahmed III (1703-30) Wikidata
Sultan Ahmet III Receiving a European Ambassador Wikidata
Sultan Mahmud I Wikidata
The Sultana-Mother Wikidata
De Tchavouch Bachi Wikidata
Tchoadar, dienaar van de ambassadeur Wikidata
Turkish Woman at her Embroidery Frame Wikidata
Turkish Women in the Countryside near Istanbul Wikidata
Turkse bruiloft Wikidata
De "turkse" schilderijen van J.B. Vanmour en zijn school : de verzameling van Cornelis Calkoen, ambassadeur bij de Hoge Porte, 1725-1743 BIBSYS
Turkse vrouw voor haar borduurraam Wikidata
Turkse vrouwen in de omgeving van Istanbul Wikidata
View of Istanbul from the Dutch Embassy at Pera Wikidata
Vrouw van de Albanese kust Wikidata
Vrouw van het eiland Tinos Wikidata
Wedding procession on the Bosphorus Wikidata
Whirling Dervishes Wikidata
Woman from the Bulgarian Coast Wikidata
Woman from the Island of Tinos Wikidata
Women Drinking Coffee Wikidata
Yeniçeri Wikidata

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