Item #P5267 Pont De La Parahyba-Do-Sul. Victor Frond.

Pont De La Parahyba-Do-Sul.

Paris: Lemercier, c. 1859. Notes: A fine view in Brazil. This is a lithograph done by Hubert Clerget after a photograph by Victor Frond for the four volume work, "Brazil Pittoresco" by Charles Ribeyrolles, which was a study of Brazilian life during the mid 19th century. Jean-Victor Frond (1821 - 1881) was a French photographer and painter who owned a studio in Rio de Janeiro between the years 1858 and 1862. He was the first photographer to develop a plan to document Brazil and he did so though the seminal work "Brazil Pittoresco.", Image Size : 265x470 (mm), 10.43x18.50 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 416x612 (mm), 16.38x24.09 (Inches), Coloring: Hand Colored, Medium: Lithograph, Categories: Views South America;. Very Good. Item #P5267

Price: $750.00

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