4817 - 5010 FINE ARTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
- Trifle worn and w. vague handling creases in outer margins.
= Published in Achter glas (1957). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVI.
WITH: Idem. Achter glas. Text R. Campert. Hilversum, C. de Boer Jr., 1961, 2nd ed., no pagination, photogr. plates and orig. wr. by J. VAN DER KEUKEN, 4to.
- Trifle yellowed in outer margins; post-it leaflet attached to the pages showing the above photograph (sl. damaging the page). Backstrip dam. and wr. browned and trifle rubbed along margins.
= Cf. Parr/ Badger, The Photobook I, p.244.
= Maan '82, p.15.
Idem. (Tweed jacket, cap, shawl and gloves). Vintage gelatin silver print, ±1930, 30,9x22 cm.
- Sharp fold/ crack (10 cm.) in upper margin.
AND 1 similar photograph (anonymous).
- Lacks tiny piece of emulsion in upper margin. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXV.
AND 10 other photographs, i.a. by the same (4x, i.a. "Liebe", "Bal de Jeunes"), I. UHLENHUT ("Eisengiesser"), U. BURCHERT ("Selbstportrat"), D. HANSSEN ("Ruheplatz") and R. FRISCHMUTH ("Erntezeit").
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXIX.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVI.
- Incl. some gelatin silver prints.
= Incl. views in Constantinople, Germany, France, Italy and Scotland.
= In the 1930's Robert Gordon Matzene, an American photographer, made a series of portraits of the ruling families of Nepal. The photographs were published in Royal Nepal 1930: Photographs by Robert Gordon Matzene (2009).
- Margins sl. duststained.
Nadar (1820-1910). (Edmond de Goncourt). Woodbury type portrait, 1876, 24x19,2 cm., on printed mount, published in the series Galerie Contemporaine, Paris, Goupil et Cie. - AND a family portrait by A. GREINER.
- A few discoloured, mostly in fine condition.
= Extensive photo report of everyday life (mainly) in Palestine, Egypt and Syria, showing i.a. Bedouine street musicians; the Dutch consulate in Beyrout, sites with locals in Betlehem, the lepers hospital "Jesus Hilfe" in Jeruzalem, Egyptian pyramids, street scenes in Cairo, portraits of locals, a few sites in Bombay, India and many other (Arabic) sites with local mosques, synagogues, railway tracks, harbours, markets, cemeteries and other public places.
AND an album containing ±100 stereophotographs of the Middle East (±1900, mostly gelatin silver prints).
- Joints split at one side of box.
= Comprises thirty original photographs by Rotterdam photographers, such as Marrie Bot, Gérald van der Kaap, Helena van der Kraan, Peter Martens and Vincent Mentzel.
= Street and mountain views of the small towns of Aune and Molde.
- Blank upper margin w. sm. handling crease; verso w. remnants of tape along margins.
= Comprises photographs of i.a. Muslim refugees from India; a cricket match; governmental buildings; Pakistani soldiers and various street scenes.
= From the archive of the functionalist architect Piet Elling.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVII.
ADDED: 3 mounted photographs showing the construction of a railway bridge over a canal (by F. Kloos & Zonen, Kinderdijk).
- Mounts trifle/ sl. duststained/ foxed.
- Mounts sl. duststained.
- One of the duplicates trifle foxed/ smudged.