Superb original albumen print, portrait of a Moorish woman in her interior, North Africa.
Framed under mat with crystal protection sheet, perfect blacks and contrast.
Titled at the bottom of the image.
Label on the back with the references of the work.
Rarely on sale, gallery quality.
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.
Félix Bonfils (Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort, March 8th, 1831 - Alès, April 9th, 1885) was a French photographer and one of the first, along with Emile Bechard, to document the Middle East with the new tool of photography. He founded a photographic studio in 1867 in Beirut, Lebanon, that produced a very large photographic documentation about Egypt and the Middle East from the late 19th century.
- Attr. Jean Geiser
- Title of artwork
- Mauresque, costume d'intérieur
- Albumen paper process
- Not signed
- Extremely fine
- Vintage print
- Image size
- 28×22 cm
- Total dimensions
- 0.5×30×40 cm