Lehnert & Landrock of North Africa

@article{Geraci2003LehnertL,
  title={Lehnert & Landrock of North Africa},
  author={Joseph Geraci},
  journal={History of Photography},
  year={2003},
  volume={27},
  pages={294 - 298}
}
  • Joseph Geraci
  • Published 2003
  • Art
  • History of Photography
  • Abstract The photographic studio of Lehnert & Landrok, active in Tunesia and Cairo in the early years of the twetienth century, specialised 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. 1 Since the 1980s, this… CONTINUE READING

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    I am grateful to Dr. Peter Awn of Columbia University for sharing this insight