Unless otherwise stated all pictures on Berlioz Photos pages have been scanned from engravings, paintings, postcards and other publications in our own collection. All rights of reproduction reserved.
A copy of this photograph is in the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, and another in the Musée Hector-Berlioz.
Berlioz visited Russia twice: in 1847 and 1867, and on both occasions was given an enthusiastic reception. See also the article by Linda Edmonson, The Russia that Berlioz visited.
This photograph is in the Musée Hector-Berlioz. We are most grateful to Madame Chantal Spillemaecker, formerly Conservateur au Musée dauphinois and Conservateur du Musée Hector-Berlioz, for sending us an electronic copy of this photo.
This engraving has been scanned from Adolphe Jullien’s biography of Berlioz, Hector Berlioz, sa vie et ses œuvres (Paris, 1888).
This photograph has been scanned from our original 1891 copy of “HECTOR BERLIOZ”, Part 22 (pp. 675-690) of Famous Composers and Their Works, edited by John Knowles Paine, Theodore Thomas and Karl Klauser, and published by J. B. Millet Company, Boston.
A copy of this portrait is in the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, and another in the Musée Hector-Berlioz.
© (unless otherwise stated) Monir Tayeb and Michel Austin for all the texts and images on Berlioz Photo Album pages.
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