Artistic illustration of Nikola Tesla.
Image 1: Artistic illustration of Nikola Tesla.

Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor and Scientist, a pioneer in electrical and mechanical engineering, as well as a great futurist, he lived from 10 July 1856 to 7 January 1943 and made many great inventions in his lifetime, but he was mostly contemporarily Known for his contribution to the creation of Alternating Current (AC), in this article we have shared Nikola Tesla’s most Fascinating pictures.

1A Glow of Nitrogen Filling the Atmosphere

A Glow of Nitrogen Filling the Atmosphere | This photograph was taken in 1899, in which Nikola Tesla can be seen sitting in front of his generator.
Image 2: A Glow of Nitrogen Filling the Atmosphere | This photograph was taken in 1899, in which Nikola Tesla can be seen sitting in front of his generator.

2Nikola Tesla Portrait

Dr. Nikola Tesla Portrait | This immigrant from Yugoslavia invented A.C. motors and Radio and a 1943 Supreme Court decision invalidated Marconi radio patents because of Tesla's prior work.
Image 3: Dr. Nikola Tesla Portrait | This immigrant from Yugoslavia invented A.C. motors and Radio and a 1943 Supreme Court decision invalidated Marconi radio patents because of Tesla’s prior work.

3The experiment illustrates the action of a Synchronized Circuit

Tesla's this Experiment illustrates the action of a synchronized circuit energized by waves transmitted from a distant oscillator, then the energy received is transferred upon another unresponsive circuit, lighting the incandescent lamp attached to the same.
Image 4: Tesla’s this Experiment illustrates the action of a synchronized circuit energized by waves transmitted from a distant oscillator, then the energy received is transferred upon another unresponsive circuit, lighting the incandescent lamp attached to the same.

4Tesla and the Source of Light

Tesla and the source of light in his hand is one of his phosphorescent bulbs. The time of exposure is eight minutes. Date of photograph January 1894 | This is the first photograph ever taken by phosphorescent light.
Image 5: Tesla and the source of light in his hand is one of his phosphorescent bulbs. The time of exposure is eight minutes. Date of photograph January 1894 | This is the first photograph ever taken by phosphorescent light.

5John T. Morris, Victor Beam, and Tesla

John T. Morris, Victor Beam, and Tesla pose with the discovered alternator.
Image 6: John T. Morris, Victor Beam, and Tesla pose with the discovered alternator.

6Lighting a disconnected vacuum bulb

Lighting a disconnected vacuum bulb of 1,500 candle power by high-frequency currents | The photograph was taken by the light of the bulb itself, with exposure of about two seconds.
Image 7: Lighting a disconnected vacuum bulb of 1,500 candle power by high-frequency currents | The photograph was taken by the light of the bulb itself, with exposure of about two seconds.

7Portrait of Nikola Tesla

Portrait of Nikola Tesla in his forties.
Image 8: Portrait of Nikola Tesla in his forties.

8Nikola Tesla working in his office

Nikola Tesla working in his office at 8 West 40th Street. The photograph was taken in 1916.
Image 9: Nikola Tesla working in his office at 8 West 40th Street. The photograph was taken in 1916.

9Nikola Tesla is pictured with “Theoria Philosophiae Naturalis”

At East Houston St. 46 in New York, Nikola Tesla is pictured with
Image 10: At East Houston St. 46 in New York, Nikola Tesla is pictured with “Theoria Philosophiae Naturalis,” a book by Roger Boskovich, in front of the spiral coil of his high-frequency transformer.

10Showing an Incandescent lamp

photograph showing an incandescent lamp lighted by means of waves transmitted through space to a coil without a condenser.
Image 11: photograph showing an incandescent lamp lighted using waves transmitted through space to a coil without a condenser.

11Tesla standing with one of his Inventions

Pictured in 1916 in which Nikola Tesla standing with one of his inventions.
Image 12: Pictured in 1916 in which Nikola Tesla standing with one of his inventions.

12Tesla demonstrating wireless power transmission

Tesla demonstrating wireless power transmission in his Houston Street laboratory | Photographed In March 1899
Image 13: Tesla demonstrating wireless power transmission in his Houston Street laboratory | Photographed In March 1899

13A publicity photo of Tesla

A publicity photo of Tesla was taken by a reporter during his annual birthday press event.
Image 14: A publicity photo of Tesla was taken by a reporter during his annual birthday press event.

14Experimenting with electric currents of High Voltage and High Frequency

In 1899 Tesla can be seen experimenting with electric currents of High Voltage and High Frequency.
Image 15: In 1899 Tesla can be seen experimenting with electric currents of High Voltage and High Frequency.

15Tesla holds a gas-filled phosphor-coated wireless light bulb

Tesla holds a gas-filled phosphor-coated wireless light bulb which he developed in the 1890s, half a century before fluorescent lamps came into use. This photograph was Published on the cover of The Electrical Experimenter in 1919.
Image 16: Tesla holds a gas-filled phosphor-coated wireless light bulb which he developed in the 1890s, half a century before fluorescent lamps came into use. This photograph was Published on the cover of The Electrical Experimenter in 1919.

1623 years old Tesla

Tesla was 23 years old in 1879. | This photograph was taken when he was 23 years old.
Image 17: Tesla was 23 years old in 1879. | This photograph was taken when he was 23 years old.

17Tesla in 1916 pointed to a discharge in a photograph

Tesla in 1916 pointed to a discharge in a photograph taken at Colorado Springs in 1899.
Image 18: Tesla in 1916 pointed to a discharge in a photograph taken at Colorado Springs in 1899.

18Tesla in his New York City office

Tesla in his New York City office in 1916. He often crossed the street to Bryant Park to feed the pigeons there. The drawings behind Tesla depict his steam engine design.
Image 19: Tesla in his New York City office in 1916. He often crossed the street to Bryant Park to feed the pigeons there. The drawings behind Tesla depict his steam engine design.

19Tesla looks out the door of his laboratory

Tesla looks out the door of his laboratory in Colorado Springs. This photograph was taken in 1899.
Image 20: Tesla looks out the door of his laboratory in Colorado Springs. This photograph was taken in 1899.

20Tesla near his transmitter

tesla near his transmitter in colorado springs.
Image 21: Tesla near his transmitter in Colorado Springs n in 1899. The device in the photograph was capable of transmitting millions of volts of electricity over great distances without wires.

21Tesla received the Order of the White Lion

Tesla received the Order of the White Lion from the Czechoslovak government, on July 11, 1937.
Image 22: Tesla received the Order of the White Lion from the Czechoslovak Government, on July 11, 1937.

22Tesla stands in the middle of the laboratory lighting a vacuum bulb

Tesla stands in the middle of the laboratory lighting a vacuum bulb with waves from a distant oscillator. In this case, his body is exposed to excessive electrical pressure.
Image 23: Tesla stands in the middle of the laboratory lighting a vacuum bulb with waves from a distant oscillator. In this case, his body is exposed to excessive electrical pressure.

23Tesla working in his office

Tesla working in his office at 8 West 40th Street.
Image 24: Tesla working in his office at 8 West 40th Street.

24Tesla in his room at the Hotel New York

Tesla in his room at the Hotel New Yorker.
Image 25: Tesla in his room at the Hotel New York.

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