Los 4004

Amazonia
Portraits and ethnographical studies of Peru

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Fotografie des 19. – 21. Jahrhunderts
Auktionsdatum 8.12.2021

Lot 4004, Auction  118, Amazonia, Portraits and ethnographical studies of Peru

Photographer: Charles Kroehle (1867-1902) and unknown. Portraits and ethnographic studies of indigenous people of Peru. 1890s. 20 albumen prints. Circa 14 x 9,5 cm. 14 signed by C. Kroehle in the negative in lower corners, each annotated in pencil on the verso.

The German photographer Charles Kroehle is considered one of the pioneering photographers of the Amazon. He travelled on several expeditions to the Amazon, Ecuador and Bolivia. During those trips some of the first photographs were taken of indigenous people. The rare portraits offered here are mostly from the Amazon in Peru. They show people such as the Pirus (Rio Pichis); Canelos (Rio Pastaza); Múra-Pirahã (Rio Pachitea); Huasheri (Rio Napo); Campa (Rio Palcazu); Cunibo (Rio Ucayali); Lorenzo (Rio Mayra); Cachivo (Rio Pchitea); Chipivas (Rio Ucayali); Cashiva, (Chonta Isla, Rio Pachitea).
– Some with creases, a few faded, otherwise most in very good condition and many with strong contrasts.

Lit.: Musée du quai Branly. D'un regard l'Autre. Photographies XiXe siècle. Arles 2006, ill. p. 90.
Séverine Charon (ed.). L'Amazonie disparue. Indiens et explorateurs 1825-1930. Paris 2005, ill. pp. 94,95, 98,100.


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