Laribe: Chine [photographies]

[Firmin Laribe:] Chine. Palais impériaux de Pékin. Tombes impériales des Ming, de Si-ling et de princes et princesses chinoises [photographies] (1900-1910)

Digitized: gallica (Bnf département Estampes et photographie, 8-VH-237 (1)) Bibliographic reference: Bnf Notice du catalogue No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

 

Woodbury: Treasure spots of the world

Walter B. Woodbury: Treasure spots of the world : a selection of the chief beauties and wonders of nature and art (London: Ward, Lock, and Tyler 1875)

Digitized: Internet Archive (Book contributor & digitizing sponsor: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute) No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

The volume presents 28 Woodburytypes of … → Continue reading

Yamamoto: Peking

Sanshichiro Yamamoto 山本讃七郎: Peking 北京名勝 (Peking 1906)

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Album of photographs edited and published by Sanshichiro Yamamoto 山本讃七郎, containing photographs of Beijing and its suburbs in the end of Qing period, showing historic places like Summer Palace, Lama … → Continue reading

Gervais-Courtellemont: Voyage au Yunnan

Jules Gervais-Courtellemont: Voyage au Yunnan (1904)

Digitized: Internet Archive (book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto, digitizing sponsor: MSN) [name misspelled „Courtellement“] Bibliographic-reference: BS 3330 Entry in Wiener China-Bibliographie

Jules Claudin Gervais-Courtellemont (1863-1931) was a journalist, writer, and photographer famous for taking color autochromes during World War I. Images taken during … → Continue reading

Mumm: Ein Tagebuch in Bildern

Philipp Alfons Mumm von Schwarzenstein: Ein Tagebuch in Bildern [meinen Mitarbeitern in Peking zur freundlichen Erinnerung an ihren Chef Alfons von Mumm, kaiserlicher ausserordentlicher Gesandter und bevollmächtigter Minister] (Berlin 1902)

Digitized: > Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz > Digital Archive of Toyo Bunko Rare Books Bibliographic reference BS 4153 … → Continue reading

Felice Beato: Album of Photographic Views in China

Felice Beato (1833 [?]-1907[?]) was one of the first photographers who took pictures in East Asia and an early war photographer. In his portfolio are key images of events such as the Indian Rebellion (1857) and the Second Opium War. (Terry Bennett: History of Photography in China, 1842-1860 (London: Bernard Quaritch Ltd., 2009)

Felice Beato: … → Continue reading

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