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Ivo Petricioli’s Unpublished Photographs from the Petricioli Collection

Suzana Valenta ; Odjel za povijest umjetnosti Sveučilišta u Zadru

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Dr Ivo Petricioli left behind a large collection of material from his activity as a photographer. Although the majority of it is in the possession of the late Professor’s family, 85 black and white negatives on 6 x 6 rollfilms grouped in three albums are housed as part of the Petricioli Collection in the Department
of History of Art of the University of Zadar. The collection was formed by Petricioli himself soon after he joined the Department as a lecturer. The collection contains different photographic material: exposures and negatives on various surfaces. The physical condition of the collection is, apart from minor mechanical and chemical damage sustained by some items, satisfactory.
The initial sorting of the photographic material in the collection began in 2010. Three albums marked with the label ‘PRIVATE’ on the side attracted interest. They contain 85 black and white negatives created in the period between 1958 and 1965 during the Professor’s private travels in France and Italy. The negatives are well preserved: some have only minor scratches while some were stained through the action of residual chemicals after they were developed. Apart from excellent photographs of art-historical monuments in French and Italian towns with a pronounced note of the documentary, a number of interesting vedutes can be
found among the negatives. Until now, the photographic oeuvre of Dr Ivo Petricioli had been unsorted and unpublished, leaving the public unfamiliar with his photographic works, which certainly merit attention.

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photography, negatives, Ivo Petricioli, the Petricioli Collection

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