Delmaet & Durandelle / General view of construction site, Paris Opera / 1865-1870Delmaet & Durandelle
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Creator Name: Delmaet & Durandelle
Creator Nationality: European; French
Creator Name-CRT: Delmaet & Durandelle
Title: General view of construction site, Paris Opera
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Creation Start Date: 1865
Creation End Date: 1870
Creation Date: 1865-1870
Creation Place: France, Paris
Object Type: Photographs
Materials and Techniques: albumen print
Dimensions: 28.1 x 39.3 cm.
Inscriptions: mount recto-(in image) "No. 125 Mars"
AMICA Contributor: George Eastman House
Owner Location: Rochester, New York, USA
ID Number: 80:0099:0010
Credit Line: Gift of Eastman Kodak Company: ex-collection Gabriel Cromer
Subject Terms: architecture, construction
Subject Terms: architecture, figures in
Subject Terms: people, at work
Exhibition History: "This Edifice is Colossal: 19th Century Architectural Photography", US, NY, Rochester, GEH - Brackett Clark Gallery, November 8, 1986 - January 4, 1987. (Traveled).
Related Document Description: Auer, Michele & Michel. --Photographers Encyclopedia International: 1839 To Present.-- Hermance, Switzerland: Editions Camera Obscura, 1985. re Delmaet.
AMICA ID: GEH_.80:0099:0010
AMICA Library Year: 2001
Media Metadata Rights: Copyright George Eastman House

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