domingo, 11 de octubre de 2015

Fotografía y arquitectura. Archivos digitales.Links.





Son muchas las colecciones digitales que tienen fotos o libros sobre arquitectura, he aqui algunas de ellas, comenzando por una revista pertenenciente a los fondos del Smithsonian y que documenta el interior  de grandes mansiones americanas, USA

Architecture, Domestic



Smithsonian Libraries. Architecture.
Numerosos titulos de revistas y documentos antiguos de arquitectura especialmente USA.




Welcome to RIBApix, a growing database dedicated to providing you with exceptional and unique images from the collections of the British Architectural Library at the Royal Institute of British Architects, the world’s most extensive visual archive devoted to architecture.

RIBApix covers world architecture of all periods together with related subjects such as interior design, landscape, topography, planning, construction and the decorative arts. Many of the images are also of social documentary importance. 
All images on this site are the copyright of the Royal Institute of British Architects, but low resolution copies may be downloaded free of charge for personal use or teaching purposes. 


Collection Overview      
The Maynard L. Parker collection consists of approximately 58,000 negatives, transparencies, and photographs as well as office records and business correspondence related to a wide range of American architects, publishers, and designers of the postwar era. The archive is organized by photographic assignment (identified as “projects”) and is searchable by keyword and across multiple fields in a database. Many projects also include selected digital images made from original collection material. See the finding aid through the Online Archive of California for a complete description of the archive and its contents. 

The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library, is home to the Andrew Dickson White Architectural Photographs Collection of approximately 13,000 nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs of architecture, decorative arts and sculpture. White (1832-1918), the first president of Cornell University, established the collection by donating several thousand images from his personal architectural library. The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, in collaboration with the Department of Preservation and Conservation and the Cornell Institute for Digital Collections, undertook a project to preserve, house, catalogue and digitize the entire collection. Currently, the image database contains approximately 1300 images.


Art Institute Chicago Halic Collection. 

Consisting of approximately 11,000 images that document the architecture, landscape and urban planning of sites across the United States - with a particular emphasis on Chicago and its suburbs - and, to a lesser extent, internationally, The Historic Architecture and Landscape Image collection, or HALIC, contains mounted photographic prints, lantern slides (both black and white and hand-colored), and postcards dating from the 1860s to the 1970s.
These materials supplement, extend, and support the architectural groupings described above, with particular focus on the work of the first Chicago School, the Prairie School, and Beaux-Arts urban planning activities inspired by Daniel Burnham and Edward Bennett. Of particular note is a large body of lantern slides that was gathered by the Chicago Plan Commission, representing the international influences of Chicago's urban planning ideals during the 1910s and 1920


Permite embed ( incluir) las fotos en blog y webs
 Destacar :
19th CENTURY ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Learn more about the collection
This LUNA Insight image collection consists of over 1000 digitized photographs. While primarily related to architecture, these late 19th century photographs also document period travel, archaeological, and portraiture conventions. The photographs were acquired by Washington University at the direction of architecture professor, Frederick B. Mann, and reside in Washington University's
Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library's Special Collections. 


Images of unique photographs of buildings constructed by the architectural firm of William S. Eames and Thomas J. Young.



The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library, is home to the Andrew Dickson White Architectural Photographs Collection of approximately 13,000 nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs of architecture, decorative arts and sculpture. White (1832-1918), the first president of Cornell University, established the collection by donating several thousand images from his personal architectural library. The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, in collaboration with the Department of Preservation and Conservation and the Cornell Institute for Digital Collections, undertook a project to preserve, house, catalogue and digitize the entire collection. Currently, the image database contains approximately 1300 images.


Ejemplo

Collection:
A. D. White Architectural Photographs
Accession Number:
15/5/3090.00510 
Title: