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Burton Brothers Photographers in New -Zealand 1866-1898

Burton Brothers Photographers in New -Zealand 1866-1898




Pacific, oude fotografie

REEDIJK,H., Burton Brothers Photographers in New Zealand 1866-1898, Amsterdam 1998. Soft cover 21 x 25 cm. 87 pag. met 75 foto's. Text in Dutch and English.

PHOTOGRAPHER
  • Burton Bros
CONTENT:
  • Introduction
  • The Burton Bros.
  • Alfred Burton on FijiSamoa and Tonga
  • Alfred Burton and the Maori at home
  • Bibliography
Part of “Fragment Uitgeverij[publisher]”series. The series are based on the photography collection of the Rotterdam Museum of Ethnology. 
The series consist of 5 parts:
  1. Photography in Surinam 1839-1939(Am-Sur-001)
  2. Images of the Orient Photography and Tourism 1860-1900.(O-Gen-001)
  3. Burton Brothers. Photographers in New Zealand 1866-1898.(Pac-NZ-001)
  4. Toekang Potret, photography in the Dutch East Indies 1839-1939.
  5. From Bombay to Shanghai(A-Gen-001)


€ 19.50



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New Zealand Photographers a selection

New Zealand Photographers a selection




New Zealand early photography

HARDWICKE KNIGHT, New Zealand Photographers a selection, Dunedin(NewZealand) 1981. Softcover 27 x 20,5 cm.(oblong) ca. 120 pag. with 96 photographs. 23 selected biographies and a list of 1100 New Zealand photographers to 1900.


€ 54.50



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New Zealand Photography from the 1840's to the Present

New Zealand Photography from the 1840's to the Present




Early photography in New Zealand

MAIN, W. & TURNER, J.B., New Zealand Photography from the 1840’s to the Present, Auckland 1993. Soft cover 21 x 29,5 cm. 88 pag with around 200 photographs. A description of 80 photographers. Spine bleached, good copy.


€ 45.00



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Photography in New Zealand. A Social and Technical History

Photography in New Zealand. A Social and Technical History




Pacific, New Zealand early photography

HARDWICKE KNIGHT, Photography in New Zealand. A Social and Technical History, Dunedin(New Zealand) 1971. Hard cover 19 x 25 cm. 196 pag. with around 200 photographs. Good copy
"This study begins with the daguerreotype process that produced the first commercially practical techniques. The book format then follows subsequent development, notable NZ photographers, topographic, portrait and press photography, advances in camera equipment. and the post-card era. Including three appendices, sources, photographer lists for 1900 and index, b/w photos throughout, equipment diagrams and drawings, reproductions of adverts, cards etc. "


€ 49.50



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