C1905

Japanese woman and cherry blossom.

Artist:

George Rose (1861 - 1942)

$A 45

In stock

S/N: CDV-6122-ASI-JAP–233948
(BC02)

Full Title:

Japanese woman and cherry blossom.

Date:

C1905

Artist:

George Rose (1861 - 1942)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Stereo albumen paper photographs laid onto card, as issued with printed studio name.

Image Size: 

145mm 
x 93mm

Paper Size: 

178mm 
x 101mm

Description:

Stereo albumen paper photographs laid onto card, as issued with printed studio name of Japan, published by George Rose, Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington & London.

“Japanese woman and cherry blossom. The Japanese are specially fond of flowers, and the whole population go holiday-making several times in the year, for no other purpose than to visit places noted for the different kinds of blossoms.”

Artist:

George Rose (1861-1942)

Rose was a Melbourne photographer who started his photographic career around 1880 producing stereoscopic or 3-D images when viewed through a special viewer. He called his business ‘The Rose Stereograph Company’ and he toured the world with his 3-D camera, producing stereographs for the home and overseas markets.

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