3097 - 3283 FINE ARTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
= All topographical views, i.a. of Italy (i.a. Pisa, Padua, Pompeij), France (Roquebrune), Belgium, Germany.
= I.a. Germany (Bad Pyrmont, Nurnberg, Harzburg), Falmouth, Liverpool, Paris, Nice, Marseille, Monaco, Lucern, Interlaken.
- Stained and soiled on recto/ verso; edges rubbed and trifle chipped.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VII.
- Sl. creased; edges and corners rubbed/ worn.
- One sm. tear in left edge; stains on verso; sl. creased.
- Laid down on board; sl. waterst./ browned along upper edge; some sm. stains.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE V.
- Glue stains and some rubbed spots on verso.
= Partly dated 1937 and locations identified. Incl. (group) portraits of local folk and landscape views, i.a. around Ivalo, Inari and Rovaniemi (all Northern Finland).
= Possibly the harbour of Le Havre.
Idem. (St. Cloud seen from the water). Albumen print, 24x32,5 cm. - ADDED: 2 other photographs, i.a. a double portrait by J.H. CONNELLY.
= The fountain represents the personification of Nîmes and was sculpted by James Pradier in 1851.
Crespon, A. (1825-1893). (The Temple of Diana, Nîmes). (The Esplanade, Nîmes). Two mounted albumen prints, ±1860, each 18,8x27 cm., w. the photographer's blindstamp on mount.
- Bindings (sl.) worn.
= Compiled by an unidentified French well-to-do family. Mostly French views, i.a. of Paris and the French country-side (i.a. a religious procession), marching soldiers, people on horseback or ice skating, a fair with a merry-go-round, art reproductions, various views of the construction of a house in different stages and interior views.
= Showing views of Dresden, Nürnberg, Trier and Munich.
= Showing Daan van Golden's daughter Diana (the photograph is also known under the title "Diana, Laren"). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VII.
ADDED: the artist's obituary, w. the image of the C-print on the frontside.