The Experience of Elsewhere: Photography in the Travelogues of Pierre Trémaux

@article{AddlemanFrankel2018TheEO,
  title={The Experience of Elsewhere: Photography in the Travelogues of Pierre Tr{\'e}maux},
  author={Kate Addleman-Frankel},
  journal={photographies},
  year={2018},
  volume={11},
  pages={31 - 56}
}
Between 1852 and 1868, the architect and amateur naturalist Pierre Trémaux (1818–1895) produced three groups of plates and accompanying texts on the geography, architecture, and people of African and Anatolian regions. These luxe publications, produced with the support of the French government, exploit an array of graphic techniques; they combine salted paper prints, engravings, tinted and colour lithographs, photolithographs, and texts in ways never previously attempted. Their examination… Expand

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