A rare original photograph by German photographer Gregor Krause.
The photograph stems from the legendary Folkwang Publishing House (Renger-Patzsch was the head of the image division) which was under the direction of Ernst Fuhrmann. When Fuhrmann was forced to leave Germany in 1938, he handed over the archive to his printer Wilhelm Arnholdt. Finally prints were made by a family member, Maja Isolde Arnholdt, presumably during the 1960s. This print here stems from this phase: it has the Maja Isolde Arnholdt label on the reverse.
Process: gelatin silver print on fiber-based paper, mounted
Dimensions: 17.8 x 12.6cm (actual photo only!)
condition: very good
Gregor Krause was a medical doctor who was working from 1912 until 1914 for the Dutch government in Bali, where he did his unique photographs which became later popular through his bestselling books on Balinese culture.
- Gregor Krause (1883-1960)
- Τίτλος έργου τέχνης
- Adjusting the camera in Bali
- Εκτύπωση gelatin silver
- ετικέτα κληρονομιάς ακινήτου, Χωρίς υπογραφή
- Εκτύπωση Vintage
- Εκτύπωση αργότερα
- Image size
- 12.6×17.8 cm
- Total dimensions
- 24.9×34.9×0 cm