2 beautiful photographs representing the famous lying Ramses of Memphis, before the archaeological restoration works.
Very high quality photographs, beautiful gradients of grey, high levels of contrasts and details, very clean and without rubbing or foxing.
Size: 2 x 26 x 20 cm.
Captioned and signed at the bottom left and right, annotations in the negative.
Pascal Sebah (1823-1886) was a French photographer of Syrian origin who settled in Constantinople (Turkey) to open a photographic studio in 1857, before opening a second one in Cairo in the 1870s. His son, Jean Pascal Sebah, took up photography by partnering with French photographer, Polycarpe Joaillier, in particular.
- Pascal Sebah (1823-1886)
- Título de la obra
- Statue de Ramsès à Memphis et palmeraie
- Copia a la albúmina
- signed in negative
- MBC (Muy buena conservación)
- Impresión vintage