19 May 2004
MAXIME DU CAMP
Ibsamboul. Colosse Médial du Spéos de Phrè (Nubie), 1849-51
'Blanquart-Evrard' process print from Egypte, Nubie, Palestine et Syrie, published 1852
printed photographer's, publisher's and printer's credits, titles and plate number '106' on mount
8¼ x 6 5/8in. (21 x 16.6cm.)
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A. Jammes & E. Parry Janis, The Art of French Calotype, Princeton, 1983, p.175, fig.90.
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