Chiswick Auctions will be hosting an impressive variety of photographs from the 19th century to the present day. Photographs (1840 – 2020), taking place on Friday 28 May and currently consigned has an extraordinary selection of Daguerreotype images that have never previously been offered on the open market including stereoscopic works by T.R WIlliams.
Paper works by 19th Century masters including:
William Henry Fox Talbot, Roger Fenton, André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri, Vincent Chevallier, Frank Meadows Sutcliffe, Charles Marville, Francis Frith, Oscar Reijlander, Gustave Le Gray, Edouard Baldus, Dr John Murray, Peter Henry Emerson, Edward Sheriff Curtis, Linnaeus Tripe, and Female pioneers like Julia Margaret Cameron & Lady Henrietta Augusta Mostyn
20th Century Photographers including, Piet Zwart, Alberto Korda, Terry O’Neill, Roman Vishniac, Sam Taylor Wood, Annie Leibovitz, Stephen Shore, Malicke Sidibe, Daido Moriyama, Bert Hardy, Thurston Hopkins, Marcus Lyon, Massimo Vitali, Richard Avedon, Martin Munkasci Cecil Beaton, Helmut Newton, Willy Ronis, Charles Jones, Martin Parr, Seydou Keita, Rinko Kawauchi & Walker Evans
Prospective clients may bid in person (subject to capacity), online via Chiswick Auction’s own bidding platform, by telephone or absentee bidding as normal.
Viewing by appointment only at their South Kensington showroom from Wednesday 28 April to Tuesday 4 May. The auction itself will then take place at 11am on Wednesday 5 May, and can be attended either in person (subject to capacity) or virtually.
Please contact the Photographica Department to book an appointment.
After the sale, purchased lots can be collected on the day at their South Kensington Showroom or at their Chiswick Saleroom from Friday 7 May using the Click and Collect service.
For more details see chiswickauctions.co.uk/auction-calendar/
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