https://flic.kr/p/ojweKS | Maxime Du Camp - Colosse du Spéos de Phré, Abou Simbel, Nubie, Egypte, March 29, 1850 | Maker: Maxime Du Camp (1822-1894) Born: France Active: Egypt Medium: albumen print Size: 6 3/8" x 8 1/8" Location: Egypt Publication: Die Reise Zum Nil, Museum Ludwig/Steidl, 1997, pl 104 French Primitive Photography, Aperture, New York, 1970, Cast Light, Sculpture in Photography 1845-1860, Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich, 2008, pl CIV Other Collections: Rijksmuseum Pr...
Sonderauftag Linz- the special mission to collect artwork for the Nazis. To protect the artworks intended for the “Führer Museum” against aerial attacks, some of them were removed from Munich to the salt mine at Altaussee starting in May 1944. In the final days of the war, Nazi district leader August Eigruber (1907–1947) ordered the storeroom to be blown up, but this was prevented by several courageous miners.
Charles Gerard | Munich (Baviere), Hotel Maximilien, Charles Gerard, 1860 - 1870 |
Charles Gerard | Munich (Baviere), Theatre et statue de [onz], Charles Gerard, 1860 - 1870 |
Charles Gerard | Munich (Baviere), Fontaine de la Residence, Charles Gerard, 1860 - 1870 |