AngkorDatabase and Archimages Cambodia working together to make an impressive iconographic fund more accessible.
Devata.org and AngkorDatabase joining forces to bring to you the photo collections gathered by Kent Davis.
by Solange Brand
Never-seen-before photographs of Angkor temples and Siem Reap River dating back to 1968.
Visions of Angkor by....Germaine Krull
by Germaine Krull
A major modernist photographer and globe-trotter captured several Angkor temples in 1960-1962.
Visions of Indochina by...Maurice Menardeau
by Maurice Menardeau
A talented, wandering artist who visited Vietnam and Cambodia twice in the 1930s.
Andy Warhol's Sketches of Angkor
by Andy Warhol
When the Pop-Art Superstar in-the-making was visiting and drawing Angkor in 1956.
Visions of Angkor by...Aurélie Fischer
by Aurélie Fischer
The magic lens of a photographer in a class all of her own.
Visions of Angkor by...Tyta Buth
by Tyta Buth
When a tranquil Angkor site inspires inner peace, and reveals sculpted stones as a dreamlike tapestry.
Angkor Seen From the Endeavor Satellite, April & October 1994
The short-lived satellite radar inspection campaigns over Angkor in 1994.
Visions of Cambodia by...Léon Busy
by Léon Busy
1,359 autochromes of Angkor, Phnom Penh, Tonkin and Cochinchina in the 1910s-1920s now online thanks to Musée Albert Kahn.
Anthro~Instas | Cambodia | Phoneography
by Emiko Stock
"The ethnographer notebooks" in Cambodia, 2015-2017
Cambodian Dancers by Sir Gerald Kelly (1937)
In 1936, Irish painter Sir Gerald Kelly (1876-1972) visited Cambodia during a world tour with wife Lilian ("Jane"), and portrayed several dancers at the Dance...
Michael Vickery Photographing Cambodia in the 1960s-1980s
by Michael Vickery
Cambodia before the civll war as seen by anthropologist and historian Michael Vickery.
Five Ancient Khmer Art Pieces returned to Cambodia, September 2021
The first five statues and artwork from the Latchford Collection shipped back to Cambodia
Prince Damrong in Preah Vihear, 1930
by Angkor Database
Back to the Siamese statesman's visit to Preah Vihear, claimed by Thai nationalists until the international recognition of Cambodia's rights in 1962
Visions of Angkor and Cambodia by...Raymond Cauchetier
by Raymond Cauchetier
Photographer Raymond Cauchetier was in his thirties when he fulfilled a childhood dream: to see Angkor Wat.
Cambodge, Photographies de la Société de Géographie, GallicaBNF/ French Geographical Society Photographs of Cambodia
The series Photographies de la Société de Géographie/Asie/Cambodge at Gallica/BNF
Visions of Angkor by...Carl Werntz
by Carl Newland Werntz
Photographic essays or paintings by famous or budding artists. A forum for creators, a compilation of reference visual arts renditions of Angkor.
Visions of Angkor by...Lois Conner
by Lois Conner
Photographic essays by famous or budding photographers. A forum for young and confirmed talents, a compilation of reference visual arts renditions of Angkor.
Visions of Angkor by...Marie-Joseph Guesdon
by Marie-Joseph Guesdon
Linguist and geographer, Deacon Guesdon was also an amateur photographer who captured daily life scenes of Cambodia in the years 1870s and 1880s.
Visions of Angkor by...Jean Boulbet
by Jean Boulbet
When war refugees became the temple keepers...7 of the 37 Jean Boulbet's photographs kept at Bophana Center were exhibited in Jan.-Feb. 2021.
Émile Gsell (1838–79) and Early Photographs of Angkor
by Joachim K. Bautze
Several pieces in the "Angkor Catalogue" edited by photographer Emile Gsell himself, commented and analyzed by art historian Joachim Karl Bautze.
John Thomson's Photographs at The Wellcome Library
by John Thomson
Most of John Thomson's original photo negatives are kept at London Wellcome Library, a collection now accessible online.