E. et L.A. Neurdein (1832-1918) - Kairouan, Spahi de l'Ougjac

E. et L.A. Neurdein (1832-1918) - Kairouan, Spahi de l'Ougjac
Drawing aristotype mat - Signed in Negative

Circa 1880.
Superb original aristotype silver print, portrait of a Spahi, (soldiers of the Dey of Algiers who fought alongside the French troops) on his horse, Kairouan.

Framed under mat with crystal protection sheet, perfect blacks and contrasts.
Titled and signed at the bottom of the image.
Label on the back with the references of the work.
Rarely on sale, gallery quality.
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.

Louis Antonin Neurdein created the ‘Maison Neurdein Frères’ with his brother Etienne in 1885. Etienne was in charge of the administration, and made portraits, while Louis-Antonin brought back views of buildings and landscapes from his trips. This is how the Neurdein company came to offer portraits of historical people, and contemporary celebrities, along with views of architecture of all sizes from France, Algeria and Belgium from 1868 on.

Lot details
E. et L.A. Neurdein (1832-1918)
Title of artwork
Kairouan, Spahi de l'Ougjac
Drawing aristotype mat
Signed in Negative
Vintage print
Image size
26×20 cm
Total dimensions
0.5×30×40 cm
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