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In the early 1860s, Braun began making topographical views of scenes throughout Europe and, beginning in 1866, to reproductions of works of art. The reproduction of paintings, drawings, lithographs, engravings, and sculpture was an important endeavor in France, and photography provided an accurate record. Braun opened a photography studio that became one of the world's largest publishers of such images. In 1869 Braun's was one of only two photographic firms invited to photograph the opening of the Suez Canal in Egypt.

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The photographer or th his assistant photographing the Chemin de fer du Rigi et lac des IV Canotons ('Railway Rigi and Lake Townships IV')
The photographer or th his assistant photographing the Chemin de fer du Rigi et lac des IV Canotons ('Railway Rigi and Lake Townships IV')
The photographer or th his assistant photographing the Chemin de fer du Rigi et lac des IV Canotons ('Railway Rigi and Lake Townships IV')
Adolphe Braun The photographer or th his assistant photographing the Chemin de fer du Rigi et lac des IV Canotons ('Railway Rigi and Lake Townships IV')

Price $275

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The photographer or th his assistant photographing the Chemin de fer du Rigi et lac des IV Canotons ('Railway Rigi and Lake Townships IV')
The photographer or th his assistant photographing the Chemin de fer du Rigi et lac des IV Canotons ('Railway Rigi and Lake Townships IV')
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Description

Ref.# 11706

Medium Cabinet Card, Albumen Print

Photo Date 1870c  Print Date 1870c

Dimensions 4 x 6.5 in. (102 x 165 mm)

Photo Country Switzerland

Photographer Country France

Contact

Charles Schwartz

Email cms@cs-photo.com

Phone 1-212-534-4496

Company
Charles Schwartz Ltd.

 

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