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VIF | Visualizing Family, Gender Relations and the Body. The Balkans approx. 1860-1950

Studio portrait of Stefan (Asen) Stambolov as a boy in folk attire

Studio portrait of Stefan (Asen) Stambolov as a boy in folk attire, © Scientific Archive of the Bulgarian Academy of SciencesenlargeStudio portrait of Stefan (Asen) Stambolov as a boy in folk attire, © Scientific Archive of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Object:Studio portrait of Stefan (Asen) Stambolov as a boy in folk attire
Description:Full length shot of a boy in folk attire, wearing a fur cap. He is sitting on an artificial rock and is holding a folk jacket in his right hand. A painted canvas backdrop is creating the illusion of a natural setting.
Comment:Stefan (Asen) Stambolov (1894 - 1972) was the son of Stefan Stambolov. Stefan Stambolov (1854 - 1895) was a Bulgarian politician, a deputy at the Bulgarian Founding Assembly of 1879, Vice Chairman and later Chairman of the Bulgarian Parliament. In 1886 Stambolov became Regent until the proclamation of Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha as Knyaz of the autonomous Principality of Bulgaria in 1887. He was also Prime Minister for seven years (1887 - 1894). Stambolov was assassinated in July 1895.
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Date:Not after 1905.06.28
Location:Sofia
Country:Bulgaria
Type:Photograph
Creator:Karastoyanov, Dimitar Anastasov, (Photographer)
Dimensions:Artefact: 165mm x 107mm
Image: 146mm x 100mm
Format:Cabinet
Technique:Not specified
Keywords:150 Behavior Processes and Personality > 156 Social Personality
290 Clothing
550 Individuation and Mobility > 551 Personal Names
560 Social Stratification
850 Infancy and Childhood
600 Kinship
640 State
Bibliography:Kassabova, Anelia (2013): Inclusion and Exclusion: The Role of Photography in the Nation-Building Process in Bulgaria from Approximately 1860 to World War I. In: Demski, Dagnosław, Ildikó Sz. Kristóf, and Kamila Baraniecka-Olszewska (Eds.): Competing Eyes: Visual Encounters with Alterity in Central and Eastern Europe. Budapest: L‘ Harmattan, 135.
Copyright:Научен архив на Българската академия на науките
Archive:Scientific Archive of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Inv. No.: Ф. 19К, оп. 2, а.е. 28-16
License:This picture is licensed under Creative Commons [CC BY-NC-ND 3.0]
Editor:Anelia Kassabova
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