Hippolyte Arnoux (1860-1890) - Famille de Bicharins

Hippolyte Arnoux (1860-1890) - Famille de Bicharins
Albumen paper process - Signed in Negative

Circa 1880.
Superb original albumen print, portrait of a family of Bicharins, an ethnic group present in North Africa.

Very expressive, framed under mat with crystal protection sheet, very good blacks and contrast.
Titled and signed at the bottom of the image.
Label on the back with the references of the work.
Mat included.

Exceptional sale of 50 photograph from a private collection, all protected under mat, all in exceptional condition and protected from light to avoid damage to the photographs.

Hippolyte Arnoux was a famous French photographer from the late 19th century, known for his photo documentaries in Turkey and Egypt, particularly in Port Said where he set up his studio to shoot the opening of the Suez Canal.

Lot details
Hippolyte Arnoux (1860-1890)
Title of artwork
Famille de Bicharins
Albumen paper process
Signed in Negative
Very fine
Vintage print
Image size
27×21 cm
Total dimensions
0.5×30×40 cm
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