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Talbot, William Henry Fox
Abbotsford

Los 4081

"Abbotsford" from Sun Pictures in Scotland. 24 Oct., 1844. Salt print from a calotype negative printed on Whatman paper, watermark J. WhatmanTurkey Mill 1840. 15,3 x 22 cm (18,4 x 23 cm). LA 27 in ink on the verso.

This image appeared as plate 3 in Sun Pictures in Scotland. Abbotsford was the home of Sir Walter Scott. Talbot's hope for commercial exploitation of his invention lay in the widespread distribution of large editions of photographic prints, the principal advantage of negative-positive process over the daguerreotype. In early 1844, in an effort to encourage the mass production of paper photographs, Talbot supported Nicolaas Henneman, his former valet, in the creation of a photographic printing establishment in Reading, a town on the route between London and his home in Lacock. The firm's initial project was Talbot's "Pencil of Nature", the first commercially published book illustrated with photographs. – Slight edge wear and fading in edges in margins, otherwise in very good condition.

Provenance: Robert Lebeck Collection

Schätzpreis
€ 2.500   (US$ 2.849)


Zuschlag
€ 8.000 (US$ 9.120)


Thompson, Charles Thurston
The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostella in Spain

Los 4082

"The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostella in Spain". 4 text p. and 1 l. "List of Photographs" with 20 albumen prints on plates (some foxing and chips/tears in edges) between circa 38 x 32 cm and 27 x 21 cm. Folio, original half canvas portfolio (time-stained, edges rubbed, spine with tears, dusty) with gilt-pressed title and printed title on cover. London, Arundel Society for Promoting the Knowledge of Art, 1868.

Charles Thurston Thompson's career was based at the South Kensington Museum (now the Victoria and Albert Museum), where he was the superintendent of photography beginning in 1856, as well as the official photographer of the Department of Science and Art. Thompson left behind approximately ten thousand negatives when he died in 1868, however, original prints of his are quite rare. Soon after, the Arundel Society for Promoting the Knowledge of Art published twenty of his photographs taken in 1866 in the volume "The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostella in Spain" as the one offered here. This publication is held by fewer than ten libraries in the United States, as well as a comparable copy in the British Library, London. It is a rare complete copy of this volume and a fine example of earlier architectural photography. – Plates 1-4 and plate 20 prints with stronger fading and foxing, some prints with fading in edges, several with strong contrasts and a rich dark brown tone.

Schätzpreis
€ 3.000   (US$ 3.419)


Zuschlag
€ 2.500 (US$ 2.849)


Unknown Photographer
Facade of Reims Cathedral

Los 4083

[^] Facade of Reims Cathedral. 1850s. Salt print from paper negative. 22 x 17,5 cm. Mounted to board (pinholes in corners/edges), annotated in ink below the image on the mount.

In very good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 1.200   (US$ 1.367)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 1.000   (US$ 1.140)


Unknown Photographer
Böttingerhaus, Bamberg; View of Bamberg Cathedr...

Los 4084

Böttingerhaus, Bamberg; View of Bamberg Cathedral and Bishop's palace. 1850s. 2 (1 lightly coated, verso and recto) salt prints. Each circa 26 x 25,5 cm. First print annotated in pencil on the verso.

First print with some light handling marks, second print faded in lower corners, light spots/foxing in sky area, otherwise in very good condition and even contrasts.

Schätzpreis
€ 500   (US$ 570)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 350   (US$ 398)


Vienna, Stuttgart and Dresden
Early views of Vienna, Stuttgart and Dresden

Los 4085

[*] Early views and portraits of Vienna, Stuttgart and Dresden. 1860s. 11 albumen prints. Various sizes circa 12 x 16 cm and several cdv sized portraits. Mounted to board (time-stained in edges, some foxing), annotated in ink in German below the image on the mount.

Includes portraits of Elizabeth and Franz Joseph of Austria, Emil Devrit and Bohumil Dawison. – Some light suface scuff marks, otherwise rich, strong prints in very good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 300   (US$ 341)


Zuschlag
€ 360 (US$ 410)


Woodbury, Walter Bentley / James Page
Atjeh (Aceh), Entrance to the Kraton, Poeloe br...

Los 4086

"Atjeh (Aceh) - Eingang in den Kraton" (entrance to the Palace district); Poeloe bras and "Lingga bei Singapore". 1865 - 1870. 3 albumen prints with rounded corners. Each circa 19 x 24 cm. Each mounted to album page, annotated in German in ink below the images on the mount, 1 with Woodbury & Page, Java in the negative lower right one with number 32 in the negative lower left.

After an apprenticeship in Manchester (1849-51) in a patent office, Walter Woodbury went to the Australia gold mines in 1852. After a number of jobs he took up professional photography and emigrated with James Page to Java in 1858, where the photographic firm of Woodbury & Page was founded in Batavia. He returned to England via Singapore, where in January 1863 he advertised his photographhic views for sale at John Little & Co. – Some handling creases, especially near edges, some light fading in edges, 1 with small spot near upper edge, otherwise strong prints in very good condition with a rich dark brown tone.

Schätzpreis
€ 3.000   (US$ 3.419)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 2.000   (US$ 2.280)


Aczél, Márta
Light study with glasses

Los 4087

Light study with glasses. 1930s. Vintage large-format ferrotyped gelatin silver print on heavy paper. 39,3 x 29,2 cm. Photographer's Budapest stamp and annotated in ink on the verso.

After receiving a degree in art history at Frankfurt/M. University, in 1935 Márta Aczél became a student of József Pécsi. In this period she made most of her advertising works and object photographs. – Some retouched spots, corners bumped, crease in right mid portion and light fold mark lower right.

Schätzpreis
€ 1.800   (US$ 2.052)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 1.200   (US$ 1.367)


Albin-Guillot, Laure
Brunette and blonde women in profile

Los 4088

[^] Brunette and blonde women in profile. 1930s. Vintage matte gelatin silver print on chamois paper. 38,7 x 24,3 cm.

Light handling mark near left edge, otherwise a rich tonal print in excellent condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 900   (US$ 1.026)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 600   (US$ 683)


Albin-Guillot, Laure
Hands with cigarette and roses

Los 4089

[^] Hands with cigarette and roses. 1930s. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print. 30 x 24,2 cm.

Slight wear in corners, some irregularity to ferroytpe surface, otherwise a rich tonal print in very good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 900   (US$ 1.026)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 600   (US$ 683)


Appelt, Dieter
Untitled

Los 4090

Untitled. 1984. 2 vintage gelatin silver prints matted together under one mat as a unique work. 54 x 38 cm. Upper print with gold leaf oval applied in upper right, each signed by the photographer in pencil, photographer's stamp and edition stamp, therein editioned e.a. and dated on the verso.

A few minimal handling marks, otherwise in very good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 1.500   (US$ 1.709)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 1.200   (US$ 1.367)



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