Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography

Het Manfred & Hanna Heiting Fonds, ondergebracht bij het Rijksmuseum Fonds, stelt sinds 2003 jonge onderzoekers in staat fotografie te bestuderen en hun resultaten te publiceren in de reeks Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography.


After Photography? The Photogravures of Édouard Baldus Reconsidered

Kate Addleman-Frankel

The French-German photographer Edouard Baldus was, at the time, one of the most famous photographers in France and widely praised for his technical perfection and artistic vision. For volume 19 Kate Addleman-Frankel explored a hitherto underexposed side of the celebrated photographer: the vast body of ‘heliogravures’ he produced, a large collection of which is held by the Rijksmuseum.

Hardcover / € 22,95 / 56 pp. / English edition / 40 images / ISBN 978 94 92660 06 0

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Le Nouveau Paris. Charles Marville Photographs the City Transformation

Joke de Wolf

The name of Charles Marville is inextricably bound up with Le Vieux Paris, the medieval city with its twisting streets and alleyways that was demolished to make way for Georges-Eugène Haussmann’s straight, wide boulevards. He extensively documented this drastic transformation in a number of photography assignments, that depicts not just the old city but the New Paris, Paris Nouveau, as well. For volume 18 of the Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography Joke de Wolf studied three of these assignments, based on photographs from the Rijksmuseum Collection.

Hardcover / € 22,95 / 56 pp. / English edition / 40 images / ISBN 978 94 92660 05 3

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The publication Studies in Photography is made possible by the Manfred & Hanna Heiting Fonds/Rijksmuseum Fund.