5016 - 5218 FINE ARTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
= Annotation on verso: "1952 H. Matisse chez E. Teriade (l'éditeur du "Veroc") à St.Jean Cap Ferrat".
AND 2 others by the same, showing Henri Matisse with sunglasses on and a portrait of the same with a hat on (w. oxidized spots), both with the copyright stamp.
= I.a. views of monuments, tombs, mask of Tutanchamon, but also contemporary views of Egypt.
= Views of a holiday by a Dutch couple. Views of Sousse, Gabes, Tunis and Kairouan.
AND ±50 glass slides with other African views, published by Th. Benzinger, Stuttgart, all in contemp. wooden box, i.a. views of Togo, Cameroon, Namibia. - AND ±30 stereo glass slides with North African views.
= Nice album, contains i.a. city views, street views, buildings and ruins, (group)portraits of indigenous people etc.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXVIII.
= I.a. views of (the surroundings of) Biskra (i.a. by A. BOUGAULT) and Algiers, incl. some nice streetscenes with people (i.a. by R. PROUHO) and Bedouin camps.
= Nice collection, i.a. an albumen print "Los Pueblos de Taos", gelatin silver print night views of i.a. Broadway and the Empire state building (i.a. by DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC) and 2 albumen prints by TUCKER, San Francisco: "Section of the 'Grizzly Giant', 33 feet diameter, Mariposa Grove, Cal." and "Agassiz Column, Yosemite Valley".
- Not examined outside of frame.
= An impressive large and rare view of the Roman Forum, from a much used vantage point and in very good condition with strong contrasts. See for another copy of this view the collection of the Mineapolis Institute of Art: https://collections.artsmia.org/art/4348/the-roman-forum-united-states. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XL.
- Creased; edges chipped/ dam.
AND 4 miscell. others, i.a. (View of Dam square in Amsterdam).
= Curious series of photographs taken of the same woman in four seasons.
= With tipped-on stencil printed ticket "Paris reprend sa vie normale du temps de paix".
AND 3 other small vintage photographs: a French streetview and a fishing boat (mounted together under a passepartout) and fishing boats leaving the harbour.
= In the style of Helmut Newton, ±1972.
= Photographs may have been an entry for a photo contest, given the ticket on verso of portrait Termote: "Motto "Leca". Ingezonden vier foto's. No. 2.-". Rare, no copy traced on the market.
= Contains images of i.a. India and Burma in a British colonian setting.
- Sl. creased; one photographs corners cut off.
= All theatre scenes, i.a. from a theatre adaptation of A. Koestler's novel Darkness at Noon.
- Mount badly foxed; verso boards w. remnants of former framing. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XL.