Imo* Old And Rare - House Real Photo A. Bobone Paris 1889 For Sale
Antiques and rarities.Welcome and thank you for visiting My Sales, Several Lots to see All. Description / Condition of lot: HOUSE REAL PHOTO A. Bobone PARIS 1889 Great MUSEUM PIECE. A.BOBONE THIS PHOTO PHOTO CONTEST IN PARIS IN 1889 WHERE THE AUTHOR HAS WON A GOLD MEDAL. Great Measure 21 x 13 CM Lindissima UNIQUE PIECE. Bobone Augusto (1825-1910), photographer of the Royal Household, was a student of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lisbon, training that allowed him to combine the technique of painting to photographic art. This collection very rare, its authorship by Augusto Bobone, collaborator and successor Fillon. Bobone has inherited the leadership of the Atelier Fillon in 1881 - [Fillon dies in August 1881] - then located at Rua Serpa Pinto 79-87, keeping business there until 1910. Named Photographer of the Portuguese and Spanish royal houses was undoubtedly one of the preferred professionals of the Royal Family, as well as the Portuguese Court. Throughout his career he has won several awards and medals at exhibitions in which he participated, especially in 1900 the award of the Gold Medal at the Paris Universal Exhibition. See all photos that illustrate the quality and condition of the item, as well as reference marks, signatures author or owner or, in the case of books references to the 1st Editions, Exlibris, historic property, etc.. Attention, In Case of Books: All Old Books may show yellowing leaves, small damp stains, ink failure Small, ALL as imperfections are most relevant in the item description. offer - not incrementally offer if you are unsure, ask the necessary to stay properly informed. ORDER - You. If you are Interested in more than one batch, we can reach agreement on the postage, for a total value more economical. Thank you for your preference, Please let us VISIT. Buy with confidence, check my response given. Good Shopping, Good Investment. Return Ever.
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Imo* Old And Rare - House Real Photo A. Bobone Paris 1889: $500