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Cavilla, Antonio
Portraits of types of Morocco and market scenes...

Los 4031

Portraits of types of Morocco and market scenes in Tangier. 1880s. 7 albumen prints. Each circa 23,5 x 18,5 cm. Mounted to board.

Strong prints in very good condition. With: Félix Bonfils. Portraits of people of the Ottoman empire. 20 cdv albumen prints mounted together on both sides of board (time-stained). - Some prints faded.

Schätzpreis
€ 750   (US$ 854)


Ceylon
Portrait ofa Kanji player, other portraits and ...

Los 4032

Photographer: Alfred W. A. Plâté & Co., Woodbury & Page, Wiele & Klein and unknown. Portrait of a Kanji player, other portraits and fruits of Ceylon. 1860s - 1900. 11 albumen prints. Each circa 26 x 20 cm. Most mounted to board, annotated in pencil on the verso.

Most in good condition and several with strong tones.

Provenance: Günter Heil Collection

Schätzpreis
€ 400   (US$ 455)


China
Chinese woman with bound feet

Los 4033

Photographer: Lai Afong (c. 1859 - 1941, attributed to). Chinese woman with bound feet. 1880s. Albumen print. 27,5 x 21 cm. Tipped in corners to paper.

Some crease marks, a few small tears in edges, small loss in lower left corner, minimal fading in side edges.

Schätzpreis
€ 250   (US$ 285)


Clifford, Charles
"Fuente de los Tritones", Madrid

Los 4034

"Fuente de los Tritones", Madrid. Circa 1859. Albumen print. 40,5 x 31 cm. Mounted to card, photographer's blind stamp below image on mount; annotated in pencil on mount verso.

Slightly faded in edges, some surface scuff marks, otherwise a strong print in good condition.

Lit.: L. Fontanella. Clifford en Espana: Un Fotografo en la Corte de Isabel II. Madrid 1999, cat. no 406.

Schätzpreis
€ 750   (US$ 854)


Crupi, Giovanni
Selected images

Los 4035

Selected images of Taormina and surroundings. Circa 1900. 7 albumen prints. Various sizes between circa 23 x 17,5 cm and 11 x 17 cm. Each mounted to board (slightly warped, time-stained in edges).

Giovanni Crupi was the teacher of Wilhelm von Gloeden and the two worked together in Taormina. Various views of Pompei and Palermo by Crupi appear to have been taken at the same time as similar images by von Gloeden, which suggests that the two men travelled together. Gloeden learned about various techniques and papers from Crupi such as the salt print and matte gelatin silver print. The authorship of their work has often been interchanged due to their close collaboration. – A few light scuff marks, a few matte surface spots from liquid, more visible at an angle, otherwise in very good condition and most with strong violet-brown tones.

Schätzpreis
€ 900   (US$ 1.026)


Cuccioni, Tommaso or James Anderson
Flooded Piazza Navona, Rome

Los 4036

[^] Flooded Piazza Navona, Rome. 1858/circa 1862. Large-format albumen print. 31 x 40 cm. Mounted to board (time-staining in edges).

As of 1830 Tommaso Cuccioni was active in Rome as a lithographer and publisher of prints and had his studio in the central location of via Condotti which was frequented by many tourists. The invention of photography offered an ideal mode of producing souvenir views. Cuccioni began photographing as of 1852, specializing in large-format views of the ruins in Rome. Not many of these prints remain and the present print is exceptionally large and rare. This is a rare photograph of Piazza Navona and the Bernini Fountain flooded with water. Until 1866, when the festival was suppressed, it was flooded on every Saturday and Sunday in August in elaborate celebrations of the Pamphilj family. – Some light surface scuff marks, otherwise a rich tonal print in very good condition.

Lit.: Wendy Watson, Images of Italy: Photography in the Nineteenth Century, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum), see p.24.

Schätzpreis
€ 1.500   (US$ 1.709)


Daguerreotypes
Individual portraits of a man and woman

Los 4037

Photographer: C.F. Rochow (active in Hamburg, 1840s). Individual portraits of a man and woman, most likely husband and wife. Circa 1845. 2 daguerreotypes (sixth-plates), with paper mats, each taped behind glass and with photographer's paper studio label on the verso, in contemporary gilt frames (some wear).

Some oxidation in edges, a few spots on plates, otherwise in good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 500   (US$ 570)


Daguerreotypes
Portrait of a young man with unusual hairstyle

Los 4038

Photographer: Johann Eberhard Feilner (1802 - 1869). Portrait of a young man with unusual hairstyle. Circa 1848. Daguerreotype (sixth-plate), with ornate black mat with gilt ornamentation, taped behind glass and in modern frame.

Johann Eberhard Feilner was a lithographer in Cologne until he followed his brother Franz to Bremen who had a printing press there since 1825. Here he married and established himself as of 1832 as a portrait painter and drawing teacher. As of 1844 he founded a studio for daguerreotypes in 1844 and in 1845 already advertised exceptionally large daguerreotypes.
For almost two decades Feilner remained the most renowned photographer of the region who was also the first to establish himself permanently in Bremen. After his death in 1869 his son Jean Baptiste Feilner continued the business, establishing branches in Braunschweig, Emden, Oldenburg, Borkum, Bonn, Koblenz, Hannover and Vienna. The Bremen studio continued until 1894. – Minimal oxidation in edges, a few spots on plate, otherwise in very good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 500   (US$ 570)


Daguerreotypes
Individual portraits of a man and woman

Los 4039

Photographer: Johann Jacob Burbach (active in Cologne since 1846). Individual portraits of a man and woman, most likely husband and wife. Circa 1850. 2 daguerreotypes (sixth-plates), with black enamellled surrounds with gilt frame line, each taped behind glass and with photographer's paper studio label on the verso.

Along with Haussmann and Hertting, J.J. Burbach was one of the first professional daguerreotypists in Cologne. In 1846 he opened a "Daguerreotyp-Utensilien-Handlung" and in 1848 he founded his own daguerreotype studio. – Some oxidation in edges, a few spots on plates, otherwise in good condition.

Lit.: Werner Neite. "Die Photographie in Köln 1839 - 1870" in: Jahrbuch des Kölnischen Geschichtsvereins, vol. 46, 1975, see p. 111.
Ludwig Hoerner, "Die Einführung der Photographie in den Metropolen und in der Provinz (1839-1860), in: Bodo von Dewitz/Reinhard Matz (eds.). Silber und Salz. Zur Frühzeit der Photographie im deutschen Sprachraum 1839 -1860, Agfa Foto-Historama, Cologne, 1989, p. 100.

Schätzpreis
€ 500   (US$ 570)


Daguerreotypes
Seated female nude with veil

Los 4040

[^] Photographer: Bruno-Auguste Braquehais (attributed to). Seated female nude with veil. 1850s. Stereo daguerreotype, hand-tinted. Each image circa 6,5 x 6 cm. In glass enameled mount with modern glass and paper sealing.


Braquehais's early photographs consist primarily of portraits and female nudes, many of which were colored by his wife, Laure. His photographs of the Paris Commune document the event at its height and after its fall and are considered early examples of photojournalism. Art critics have pointed out that many of Braquehais's photographs of female nudes are full with distracting objects, giving the model the appearance of being isolated. The piece offered here is an amazingly modern nude in which the sitter looks relaxed, natural and free of any excess clutter. A comparable daguerreotype by Braquehais is in the collection of the Museo nationale del Cinema, Turin (Inv. No. F39960). – Oxidation in side edges, otherwise in very good condition with delicate coloring.

Schätzpreis
€ 8.000   (US$ 9.120)



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