Title written in ink on front
Text about Studio on verso
Condition: right side has one little tear not affecting the image
Shipping: well packed between stiff cardboard. Registered shipping only.
Casimir Zagourski (in Polish Kazimierz Zagórski) (1883–1944) was a pioneering photographer of Central African peoples and customs.
He emigrated from Europe in 1924 and settled in Léopoldville (Belgian Congo), gallicizing his name and opening a photographic studio. Between 1924 and his death he travelled widely in Central Africa, undertaking expeditions to photograph "disappearing" native African traditions in 1929, 1932, 1935 and 1937.
His albums and a postcard series collectively entitled L'Afrique qui disparaît! gained him considerable renown.
Media Partnership Catawiki / Dialogue
Catawiki is proud to present Dialogue as this year’s media partner.
Catawiki decided to collaborate with Dialogue on a special Dialogue auction.
All exhibitors have been asked to submit photographs for this auction.
All of the selected photographs will be exhibited at Dialogue on the last day of this auction at the Dialogue event the 21st of September. We will physically present all lots at view that day at Dialogue.
Please feel invited to visit the Dialogue Vintage Photography event in Amsterdam on 21 September. There will be no entrance fee.
You will be able to find more information when searching online for Dialogue Vintage Photography Amsterdam
- Casimir Zagourski (1883-1944)
- Título de la obra
- Le Chef Kihoma - Congo
- Impresión en gelatina de plata
- Texto sobre Studio en verso
- Impresión vintage
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 10×15 cm