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Fotografije z obrazow szkoly wloskiej 1900 (80786686)


Fotografije z obrazow szkoly wloskiej 1900 (80786686)



Polski: Adres wydawniczy: [przed 1900]Współtwórcy: Anderson, Domenico, (1854-1938) Fotografie,Löwy, Josef (1834-1902) Fotografie,Naya, Carlo (1816-1882) FotografieOpis fizyczny: 36 kart (72 fotografie) : odbitki na papierze albuminowym, tekturowa okładka oklejona bordowym płótnem z tłoczeniami ; 32,5x26,5 cm

Carlo Naya was born in 1816 in Tronzano Vercellese, a small town in northern Italy. He began his career as a photographer in the early 1850s when he opened a studio in Venice. He quickly gained a reputation for his skilful use of the new medium of photography and his ability to capture the beauty and charm of Venice. Naya's photographs of Venice were highly sought after by tourists and collectors, and he became one of the most successful photographers of his time. He was best known for his large-format albumen prints, which were highly detailed and had a rich tonal range. Naya's photographs of Venice captured the city's unique architecture, canals and bridges, as well as its people and daily life. He also photographed other cities in Italy, including Florence, Rome and Naples, as well as other European cities such as Paris and Vienna. Naya's work was exhibited at international exhibitions, including the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1867 and the World Exhibition in Vienna in 1873. His photographs were also published in books and magazines, and he received numerous prizes and honours for his work. Carlo Naya died in Venice in 1882, but his legacy lives on through his beautiful and evocative photographs of one of the world's most enchanting cities.





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