In the family albums of Nicolaus Dadiani number of photos were kept. From 1921 his daughter was authorized to guard family relics. She migrated to Paris after the Georgia got a Soviet Republic. Later, she returned to Tbilisi with her husband Aleksy Maskharashvili. He was a subject to repression and Barbara Dadiani was exiled to Central Asia. With enormous effort she managed to number of photos and take back to Georgia.Totalitarian system was demolished: that state didn't exist any more: unfortunately Barbara Dadiani is not among us: all we have are photos and the faces depicted on them still affect spectators.
Barbara Dadiani held exhibitions in Tbilisi and Paris, which was greatly appraised by public.