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Framed Photograph Reprint | Ouled Nail couple from Algeria by Lehnert and Landrock; 1904

€27,00
SKU SF-F-001
Item Number: SF-F-001
 

Description of 'Ouled Nail couple from Algeria'

 

۩ Date of original photograph: 1904
 
۩ Type: Printed on  high-quality matt photograph paper
 
۩ Size: A4
 
۩ Frame: 30 mm wood frame with a gold finish
  

Details of Lehnert & Landrock

 
The photographic studio of Lehnert & Landrok, active in Tunesia and Cairo in the early years of the twentieth century, specialized in producing images of the landscapes, architecture, and people of North Africa. Made in large part for a European audience, the work was originally distributed through a series of monographs, as well as being sold from their own shops in the form of original prints, heliogravures, and reproduction gravure and lithographic postcards. Since the 1980s, this work has enjoyed the renewed attention of scholars and collectors.
The artists were Rudolf Franz Lehnert, born on July 13, 1878 in Velká Úpa, Bohemia, and Ernst Heinrich Landrock, born on August 4, 1878 in Reinsdorf, Germany. Upon returning from a trip to North Africa, Lehnert met Landrock in Switzerland and the two decided to go into business together. Lehnert acted as the photographer and Landrock organized the expeditions, photolab, and marketing of postcards, posters, and prints. They lived both in Tunis and Cairo but periodically made trips back to Europe throughout their lives. Today, their works can be found in the collections of the Penn Museum Archives in Philadelphia, the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, and the San Francisco State University Museum, among others. Lehnert died on January 16, 1948 in Reydef, Tunisia, and Landrock died on April 30, 1966 in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland.
 
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