4569 - 4679 FINE ARTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
= Includes many portraits and a few cartes-de-visite, i.a. by M. Stern, Bergamasco and Bern. F. Eilers.
= Originating from the collection of Galerie Fiolet in Amsterdam. Includes portraits and photographs on i.a. erotic, political, architectural and natural subjects.
= I.a. Amsterdam, Utrecht, Amersfoort, Delft and Scheveningen. Johannes Anthonius Moesman, the father of painter Johannes "Joop" Hendrikus Moesman, was a lithographer and amateur photographer.
- All but one album w. ticket on frontcover of "H. Sanders & Co. 2e Jan Steenstraat 91 Amsterdam".
= All photographs but one w. mounted list of names of all the classmates.
- Small tear in lower left corner.
AND 12 others by the same, mainly showing (inhabited) landscapes in the Hardanger and Sogn districts, i.a. "Romsdalen, Horgheim med Tinderne", "Sogn, Parti af Nærefjord", "Sogn, Borgunds Kirke", "Sogn, Nærødalen seet fra Stalheim", "Thelemarken, Gaustafjeld" and "Thelemarken, Bolkesjøpanorama".
- Occas. trifle foxed; mounts warped. Portfolio sl. worn and soiled.
= All views of the spa town Kislovodsk and surroundings on the Northern Caucasus.
= Nice views of i.a. the Alhambra, Seville, Cordoba, Granada, a group portrait of gipsy girls in Granada in local costume etc.
= Attractive collection of photographs by a talented amateur photographer, who worked in various styles and about whom the only facts that we could trace are that he was an employee of the travel agency "De Vrije Wereld" and was resident in Nijkerk. Many of the prints are titled, signed and dated in pencil on the mount.
= Published by H.C. White & Co. (Chicago/ New York/ London) (8x, incl. 5 scenes from Japan during the Russo-Japanese war and 1 scene from the Boer War) and the Keystone View Company (Meadville/ New York etc.) (2x: the grave of lieut. Quentin Roosevelt and a French chateau interior with German war trophies).
= Interesting and varied collection, i.a. "Westlicher Zentral-Himalaya, Kumaon. Hirtenhütte in Milan, davor spinnender Hirt, Tänzerin und Musikant", "Passing Life in the Land of Confucius. Street Scene in Canton, China", "Sabre Drill - U.S. Cavalry" (1899) and "Een Syrisch gezin uit de gegoede klasse. Voorname Joodse familie".
- Most are (sl.) faded.
= I.a. scènes of mountaineering, the glacier Grindelwald, "Ascension du Mt-Blanc. Mer de glace" and "Chemin du St.-Gothard. Vallée de la Reusse".
ADDED: 32 cabinet photographs, 16,5x10x6 cm. and 3 others, i.a. 1 leporello "Album von Salzburg".
= Publ. by i.a. H.C. White Co. and J.F. Jarvis. Mostly foreign topography, i.a. Paris (1x w. the celestial globe at the world exhibition, 1900), Kiev, Budapest, Berlin, Venice, the Niagara Falls, Petergof, Hiroshima (a buddhist funeral procession), New York and Baroda (India). Also incl. ±30 col. Chromoplast-Bilder and 4 stereophotographs w. handcol. background and delicate perforations, i.a. for candlelight effect.
WITH: a wooden stereoscopic handviewer.
= Interesting collection incl. many lively scenes in various topographical settings, incl. Southern Europe, the Balkans(?) and Istanbul.
= Mostly European, incl. Germany, France and Italy, as well as i.a. (South) America, Japan, North Africa, Polynesia (2x), the Himalayas (9x), Israel (1x), Turkey (5x), Jamaica (1x) and Hawaii (1x).
WITH: orig. stereoscopic handviewer (wood and aluminium, ±1910).
= Nude photographs from the 1930s.
- Very fine.
AND ±60 stereoscopic glass slides, ±1900-1920, 6x13 cm., showing African scenes (prob. southern Africa).
= I.a. western hunters with their trophies, African people in front of their homes.