Vues de Moscou by Victor Stanislas Bureau, 1860-1865
Photographically-illustrated book comprised of salt prints by Victor Stanislas Bureau. The images show views of Moscow.
- Creation: 1860-1865
Language of Materials
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MS. 23051 photogr. 4
Wilson Centre Accession Number: 03:7519; Wilson Centre Accession Number 2: TC 364
Biographical / Historical
Victor Stanislas Bureau maintained a studio in Paris in the late 1850s. He later formed Bureau Frères with his brothers Palmyre and Henri, from the end of the 1870s until the 1880s.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased at Vintage Works US, 29/07/2003
Salt prints from a Calotype negative