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    photographer: Dr Heid H. és Ronniger F. - Pest / Hungary ca: 1866 - 70

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    1. elinor04 28 months ago | reply

      Ez egy hajdani férfiszínész jól befűzve és valamilyen kertész szerepben? Az egy ásó?
      Szenzációsnak találom.
      Jó régi, 1860-as évek vége? (Hogy kicsit díszesebb a verzó...)

    2. BeautyOfThePast 28 months ago | reply

      Oh my God, the waist!!

    3. fotobarat6 28 months ago | reply

      Remek!!!
      lélekzetelállító jelmez!
      /a II. Richárd-ban pl vannak kertészek,
      sírásónak túl elegáns a Hamletből.../

    4. elinor04 28 months ago | reply

      ??? Előbbi kérdésem...

    5. fotobarat6 28 months ago | reply

      adalék:
      Klösz György fényképész segéd Bécsben, dr. Hermann Heid műtermében (1865-1866?). Innen érkezik Pestre, ahol dr. Heid fiókműtermet nyit (1866). A Korona és Uri utca szegletén található műterem bérletét átveszi és önállóan folytatja a fényképezést (1867).
      ...
      ez alapján a kép 1866-67-ben készülhetett...

      forrás:
      www.mafosz.hu/Fototortenet/Klsz%20Gyrgy.doc

      másik szöveg:

      It was only after finishing his pharmaceutical studies that Klösz started to become interested in photography. He moved to Vienna, where by chance it came to his knowledge that a local photographer, a certain Dr Heid, was looking for a partner to start up a studio in Pest. Heid was also born in Darmstadt, ten years before Klösz, so it is possible that he invited Klösz to Vienna in the first place. What is certain is that Klösz signed on as his partner—or, more likely, as his apprentice or assistant—and they left for Pest together. They also had a third companion, one F. Ronninger, another photographer from Vienna. At that time what later became Budapest was still three separate towns; Pest and Buda facing each other on both sides of the Danube, and Óbuda a little higher up on the right bank. Perhaps the three photographers left Vienna to escape competition. What we do know is that there were around forty photographic studios at that time in Pest.

      Dr Heid and his team arrived in Pest in 1866 or 1867 and rented a portrait studio on the two upper floors of a three-story building in the inner city. The studio, on the corner of Korona Street and Úri Street, was well-known and had been rented by several photographers before. The first portraits were taken by Dr Heid and Ronninger, including one of Karolina Zeller, Klösz’s future wife. It appears, however, that Heid and Ronninger soon returned to Vienna and from that time on, the studio ran under the name of György Klösz. His decision to stay in Pest was probably influenced by his relationship with Karolina Zeller. They married in 1870. Of their eight children, only three survived into adulthood.
      www.hungarianquarterly.com/no155/056.shtml
      László Lugosi Lugo
      The Photographer György Klösz
      (1844–1913)

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