Photography Eduard Isaac Asser (1809-1894)

The eighth in the series ‘Monographs on Dutch Photographers’ tells the hitherto unknown tale of one of the first photographers in the Netherlands. Asser drew upon the Dutch fine art tradition of still lifes, townscapes, and self- portraiture and in later years invented a process which enabled photographs to be printed from a lithographic stone.This classical documentation and impeccable presentation of his photographic legacy includes 15 daguerreotypes and two hundred paper photographs.

Text: Boom Mattie, Asser Eduar Issac. cm 25 x 33; pp. This classical documentation and impeccable presentation of his photographic legacy includes 15 daguerrotypes and two hundred paper photographs.; 170 p COL e BW ills.; hardcover. Publisher: Focus, Amsterdam, 1999.

ISBN: 9789072216960| 9072216962

ID: AM-3862

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The eighth in the series ‘Monographs on Dutch Photographers’ tells the hitherto unknown tale of one of the first photographers in the Netherlands. Asser drew upon the Dutch fine art tradition of still lifes, townscapes, and self- portraiture and in later years invented a process which enabled photographs to be printed from a lithographic stone.This classical documentation and impeccable presentation of his photographic legacy includes 15 daguerreotypes and two hundred paper photographs.