In New York, Permanence and Change: Architectural Views, an exhibition of work by photography’s early masters, is on view at Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs. The exhibition presents primarily 19thcentury architectural views beginning in 1842 by William Henry Fox Talbot, Henri Le Secq, Gustave Le Gray, Félix Teynard, and Auguste Salzmann, among others. Félix Teynard (1817-1892) completed an extensive photographic survey of Egypt during the course of a voyage along the Nile in 1851-52. The exhibition features three salt prints from waxed paper negatives by Teynard. One is Southern Wall of the Exterior of the Sanctuary. Dendur, 1851-1852, a rare, […]
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