Wiebeking, E.A. Ref: 01525
An exceptionally rare photograph from this short-lived Hong Kong studio.The 1865 China Directory lists ‘E. Wiebeking, photographer, Stanley Street.’ Wiebeking subsequently formed a partnership with W. G. Cearns in early 1866. On 4th January 1866 the Hongkong Daily ... <more>
Suzuki Shinichi Ref: 01524
It looks very much as though the shrewd editor of The Far East,John Black, commissioned this series in the early 1870s, and this would support his claim, in the July 1873 edition that “we have already in possession photographs of ‘groups of the people’ from life, sufficient for our work for th ... <more>
Uchida Kuichi Ref: 01521
Very rare, image selected for, illustrated and identified in the 1925 'The Asahigraph Special Photographic Centenary Number'. Arguably Japan's finest 19th-century photographer.
Shimooka Renjo Ref: 01520
Important and rare print from the 1871 series taken in the grounds of Edo Castle. Shimooka took some 145 photographs at this time. He failed to get permision from the authorities to offer them on the general market and therefore sold them off to foreigners. How many ... <more>
Dupin, Charles Ref: 01518
Mounted on yellow card with printed caption and publisher's imprint 'Chine Et Japon. Collection L. L. Paris'. Published by Leon & Levy, Paris. Rare series photographed in Japan in 1861. This is number 26.
Unknown Photographer Ref: 01517
The same subject is shown in a photograph in the Tropenmuseum, Netherlands, ref: TM-60001380 under the title "Groepsfoto van Siamesen". See item 01516. The man shown is presumably the husband of the subject here. Both are included in the Tropenmuseum photo above.
Unknown Photographer Ref: 01516
The same subject is shown in a photograph in the Tropenmuseum, Netherlands, ref: TM-60001380 under the title "Groepsfoto van Siamesen". See item 01517. The woman shown is presumably the wife of the subject here. Both are included in the Tropenmuseum photo above.