Artist Index: Daguerreotypes


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Los 4028Daguerreotypes
Portrait of a mother and son

Auktion 118

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Photographer unknown (German). Portrait of a mother and son. Circa 1860. Quarter-plate gold-toned daguerreotype with gilt-lined glass surround, in ornate wooden frame.

A few small spots, otherwise a clear image in very good condition.

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Los 4026Daguerreotypes
Portrait of a mother and daughter

Auktion 118

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682€ (US$ 718)

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Photographer unknown (probably American). Portrait of a mother and daughter. Late 1840s. Quarter-plate daguerreotype with gilt ornamental surround, newly sealed behind glass in leather case (edges/corners rubbed/bumped) with embossed flower ornament.

Slight tarnishing in edges, otherwise in very good condition.

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Los 4043Daguerreotypes
Berlin Biedermeier scene

Auktion 117

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21.080€ (US$ 22,189)

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Photographer: Carl Gustav Oehme (1817-1881). Berlin Biedermeier scene. Circa 1844. Quarter-plate gold-toned daguerreotype, in original paper surround with gilt ornament, photographer's Gustav Oehme, Opticus Mechanicus & Daguerreotypist in Berlin, Jägerstr. No. 20 label on the verso.12,4 x 15 cm.
Bodo von Dewitz and Reinhard Matz (eds.). Silber und Salz. Zur Frühzeit der Photographie im deutschen Sprachraum 1839-1860. Cologne 1989, see p. 675. – Originally a mechanic, Oehme learned the daguerreotype technique from Daguerre himself during a stay in Paris in 1840-1842. As early as 1841 he publically displayed his daguerreotypes, and in 1843 he established a studio as a professional daguerreotypist in Berlin. He was especially well-known for his carefully composed group portraits such as the daguerreotype offered here. He was considered one of the best and prominent daguerreotypists in Berlin in the 1840s. – Some oxidation in lower and left edge, glass renewed and resealed with paper tape, otherwise in very good condition and in original state.

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Los 4042 [*]Daguerreotypes
Portrait of a man

Auktion 117

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496€ (US$ 522)

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Photographer: Carl Staritz (active in Breslau, 1845-1850s). Portrait of a man. 1846. Sixth-plate gold-toned daguerreotype with gilt ornamental surround and ornamental gilt tape around glass (small piece missing at bottom), taped behind glass.
Zygmunt Wielowiejski. The Beginnings of Photography in Breslau. Instytut Sztuki Polkiej Akademii Nauk, Wroclaw 2012. A clear image in very good condition.

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Los 4021Daguerreotypes
Selected German portraits

Auktion 116

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Photographer: 1 possibly by Carl Gustav Oehme (1817-1881). Selected German portraits. Circa 1851. 3 quarter-plate daguerreotypes, in original paper surround with gilt ornament, resealed with tape, annotated in ink on verso.

Originally a mechanic, Oehme learned the daguerreotype technique from Daguerre himself during a stay in Paris in 1840-1842. As early as 1841 he publically displayed his daguerreotypes and in 1843 established a studio as a professional daguerreotypist in Berlin. – Slight oxidation in edges, minimal surface scratches, otherwise in good condition.

Lit.: Bodo von Dewitz and Reinhard Matz (eds.). Silber und Salz. Zur Frühzeit der Photographie im deutschen Sprachraum 1839-1860. Cologne 1989, see p. 675.

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Los 4015Daguerreotypes
Portrait of an elegantly dressed gentleman

Auktion 115

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496€ (US$ 522)

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Photographer: Jeremiah Gurney (1812-1895). Portrait of an elegantly dressed gentleman. Circa 1845. Daguerreotype (quarter-plate), with original metal surround with photographer's blindstamp in lower edge, taped behind glass and in leather case.

Jeremiah Gurney opened a daguerreotype studio/gallery in New York in 1840 and regularly exhibited his work at local fairs. In 1851, his work was featured at the international exhibition at the Crystal Palace in London. Gurney's Daguerrian Gallery was a large success and it featured galleries with portraits of "Distinguished Persons of the Age" who had been photographed at the studio. By 1853, after the Crystal Palace exhibition he began using paper processes almost exclusively. – Unopened, minimal oxidation in edges, a few spots on glass, otherwise a strong image in very good condition.

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Los 4016Daguerreotypes
Portrait of mother and daughter

Auktion 115

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4.712€ (US$ 4,960)

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Photographer: Johann Friedrich Wilh. Th. Roux (1806-1880). Portrait of a mother and daughter. 1850s. Quarter-plate daguerreotype. With gilt ornamental surround, taped behind glass (opened on back).

Roux was a successful portrait painter most famous for his pastels. He also made daguerreotypes to expand his portraiture business. His works are in the collection of the Landesmuseum Kassel. – Slight oxidation in edges, frame with small losses in edges, otherwise a clear image in very good condition.

Lit.: Wolfgang Kemp/ Floris Neusüss (eds.). Kassel 1850 bis heute. Fotografie in Kassel - Kassel in Fotografien. Munich 1981.
Thieme/Becker. Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenen Künstler. Vol. 29/30, p. 122.

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Los 4019 [*]Daguerreotypes
Reclining semi-nude woman

Auktion 114

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3.968€ (US$ 4,177)

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Reclining semi-nude woman. 1850s. Stereo daguerreotype, hand-tinted. Each image circa 6,5 x 5,5 cm. Sealed behind glass (paper sealing worn).


Some oxidation in edges, otherwise in good condition with delicate coloring.

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Los 4033Daguerreotypes
Portraits

Auktion 113

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682€ (US$ 718)

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Photographer: L. Herzog, Bremen, J. Chemin, Paris and unknown. Portraits. 1850s - 1860s. 4 daguerreotypes (3 quarter plates and 1 sixth plate), with paper and gilt glass surrounds, each mounted under glass and in various frames and 1 album with miniature ambrotypes.

Some oxidation in edges, a few small spots, one unopened, the others resealed but not treated and in good condition.

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Los 4034Daguerreotypes
Portrait of Ferdinand zu Stolberg Werningerode

Auktion 113

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273€ (US$ 287)

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Photographer unknown. Portrait of Ferdinand zu Stolberg Werningerode (1775 - 1854). Circa1850. Sixth plate daguerreotype, with paper surround, mounted under glass, in original frame annotated in ink on the verso.

Oxidation in edges, resealed but untreated and in very good condition.

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Los 4035Daguerreotypes
Skeleton

Auktion 113

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434€ (US$ 457)

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Photographer: Bernd Renard (attributed to). Skeleton. 1980s. Modern half-plate daguerreotype, with paper surround, mounted under glass.

A strong image in very good condition.

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Los 4036Daguerreotypes
Portraits

Auktion 113

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682€ (US$ 718)

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Photographer: Woldemar de Renard (1817 - 1900). Portraits. 1850s. 2 daguerreotypes (quarter plates), with gilt paper surrounds, mounted under glass, each with photographre's label on verso.

The labels on these two daguerreotypes bear the name W(oldemar) de Renard. Renard used this name after he travelled to Bergen (Norway), circa 1853 to earn his money as a daguerreotypist and photographer. From 1855 he lived in Göteborg and a little later in Helsingborg and then again, in 1856 coming from Kiel, he returned to Göteborg. In 1860 he ran a photo studio in Hamburg and later moved to Stockholm, where he worked as a photographer until his death. Waldemar's brother was the painter and sculptor Gregorius Renard (1814-1841), who had been running a studio as a daguerreotypist since 1843.
– Oxidation in edges, resealed but untreated and in very good condition.

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Los 4037Daguerreotypes
Individual portraits of a man and woman

Auktion 112

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372€ (US$ 392)

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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.

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Los 4038Daguerreotypes
Portrait of a young man with unusual hairstyle

Auktion 112

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372€ (US$ 392)

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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.

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Los 4039Daguerreotypes
Individual portraits of a man and woman

Auktion 112

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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.

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