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Exposition Universelle de Paris 1867 album, 1867

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Exposition Universelle de Paris 1867 Album

Biographical/Historical Note

Auguste-Rosalie Bisson, also known as Bisson Jeune (Bisson the younger), was a French photographer. Between 1841 and 1864, he and his elder brother, Louis-Auguste, operated Bisson frères their Paris photography studio.

Charles-Louis Michelez was a French photographer who had a studio in Paris from 1874 to 1884. He specialized in photographing works of art.

Pierre Petit was also a French photographer. He learned the daguerreotype process in Paris and then worked in André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri's photography studio. He opened his own studio in Paris in 1862. Napoleon III awarded Petit the exclusive rights to photograph the e867 Paris Exposition universelle. Other French photographers vehemently objected to this award, and they were ultimately given the right to take photographs at the exposition, which ultimately cost Petit 2,000 francs. While Petit is credited on the mounts, he took none of the photographs present in this album.

and is credited as such on the mounts. However, he took none of the photographs in this album.




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