An assembled collection of modern photographs of architectural sculpture, mostly detached from the original location, concentrating on works of the Greek and Roman periods, from the Greek Archaic through the late Roman Empire (6 cent. BC-6th cent. AD). Coverage is most complete for works from sites in Greece and Italy, but the collection includes images of architectural sculpture from monuments in other countries, including Albania, Algeria, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Lebanon, Libya, Romania, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and Yugoslavia. The cities for which major documentation of monuments exists are Athens and Olympia in Greece; Rome (particularly the Ara Pacis Augustae, Arch of Constantine, and Column of Trajan) and Selinus in Italy; Aphrodisias and Ephesus in Turkey
A collection of modern photographs assembled by the Getty Research Institute of architectural sculpture, mostly detached from the original location, concentrating on works of the Greek and Roman periods, from the Greek Archaic through the late Roman Empire (6 century BC-6th century AD). Coverage is most complete for works from sites in Greece and Italy, but the collection includes images of architectural sculpture from monuments in other countries, including Albania, Algeria, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Lebanon, Libya, Romania, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and Yugoslavia.
The collection consists of a scrapbook, (1915-1935), containing newspaper clippings and photographs of architectural sculpture, together with loose scrapbook materials and one folder of correspondence (1894-1950). The scrapbook documents many of the projects undertaken by the father and son during the period when they worked for the major architects of the Beaux Arts school: Cass Gilbert, Delano & Aldrich, and Carrère and Hastings. The most important projects represented are the Donnellys' work with Gilbert on the United States Supreme Court building and the Woolworth Building. They also worked on Riverside Church, Grand Central Terminal, and the statue of George Washington for the New York World's Fair (1939). The incoming correspondence, formerly glued down in the scrapbook, includes letters of recommendation written for Donnelly by sculptor Karl Bitter, architects Cass Gilbert and Thomas Hastings, the firms of Delano & Aldrich and George B. Post & Sons
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Trustees for Harvard University
The collection consists of Josephine M. Harris' documentation of Coptic architectural sculpture from the site of Oxyrhynchos, Egypt (3rd-6th century CE). It includes research notes, drafts, and correspondence, but the majority of the collection consists of photographs and negatives of Coptic sculpture in Egypt, especially sculptural fragments from the site of Oxyrhynchos. These fragments were excavated by Evaristo Breccia in 1927-1931 and became part of the collection of the Graeco-Roman Museum in Alexandria, Egypt. The archive provides photographic documentation for approximately 500 sculptural fragments from Oxyrhynchos. There is an unpublished manuscript by Harris, "Coptic Architectural Sculpture from Oxyrhynchos.".
A collection of photographs of 14th century French sculpture and architectural sculpture, primarily Burgundian. The collection was assembled by Claude Schaefer, a French scholar of medieval sculpture and manuscripts
Collection consists of 1,715 mostly labeled black and white photographs of Spanish Baroque and other buildings, altarpieces, architectural sculpture, wall paintings and early architectural drawings. Some material documents bomb damage during the Spanish Civil War. Includes 16 contact sheets
Collection of 7,724 unmounted black and white photographs documenting French Romanesque and Gothic architecture and architectural sculpture with some coverage of Italian medieval architecture. Many buildings with comprehensive coverage of exterior and interior views including complete cycles of column capitals