Gustave Richard Lambert (1846-1907) - 17. Malay boat selling food

Descripción
Gustave Richard Lambert (1846-1907) - 17. Malay boat selling food
Copia a la albúmina - Firmado en negativo

title written in the negative, lower left corner
blind stamp in lower left corner; Lambert & Co
unmounted albumen print

Condition: bottom right has tear of around 1.2 cm affecting the image
Shipping: well packed between stiff cardboard. Registered shipping only.

Gustave Richard Lambert arrived in Singapore in 1875. setting up a photographic studio on Orchard Road it had premises in Orchard Road. He photographed extensively in the region and produced some 3,000 photographs of Singapore, Borneo, Malaya, Siam and China. Dates of his travels to these locations is unknown. Lambert and Co had studios in Deli, Sumatra and Kuala Lumpur, Malaya. Another in Bangkok, Siam and the firm was by appointment to the King of Siam as well as the Sultan of Johore.
In 1885 Lambert left the Straits Settlement and the business was managed by Alexander Koch.
Source: luminous lint
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Detalles del lote
Artista
Gustave Richard Lambert (1846-1907)
Título de la obra
17. Malay boat selling food
Técnica
Copia a la albúmina
Firma
Firmado en negativo
Estado
Buena
Impresión vintage
Dimensiones de la imagen
19.3×14.4 cm
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