John Henry Haynes A Photographer and Archaeologist in the Ottoman Empire 1881–1900
Virtually unknown today, John Henry Haynes (1849–1910) is the father of American archaeological photography. His photographic odyssey took him from Athens to Istanbul, across Anatolia, and ultimately to Mesopotamia. In a landmark study that includes many images never published before, Robert Ousterhout assesses his unique blend of artistry and documentation.
Published by Cornucopia Books.