Photochrom Zürich (PZ) - Merchants of semolina and coffee in the street, Tunis, Tunisia-

Description
Photochrom Zürich (PZ) - Merchants of semolina and coffee in the street, Tunis, Tunisia-
Vintage photochrome - c. 1885

Superb shot very living several merchant of semolina and Arabic coffee in the streets of Tunis, in Tunisia, draw vintage photochrom.
Sharpness: Excellent.
Contrast: Excellent.
Colours: Excellent.
Details: Excellent.
Size: 18x22 cm.
Base: Cardboard
Numbered and captioned right.

The process of photochromy was invented in the 1880s by Hans Jacob Schmidt (1856-1924). His invention was patented in 1888 by Orel Füssli, who created a subsidiary under the name of Photochrom Zürich (now P.Z. Photoglob Zurich in 1895) The invention is presented at the 1900 Universal Exposition in Paris and received a very enthusiastic reception that opened the doors to success. ...

Lot details
Artist
PZ. Photochrom
Title of artwork
Tunis, Marchands de couscous et café arabes
Technique
Photolithography
Signature
Other
Condition
Extremely fine
Vintage print
Yes
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