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A. De Bonis

(1855 -  1865 )
DE BONIS A. Rome. Palais De La Chancellerie

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Jun 14, 2014
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A. De Bonis - Rome

A. De Bonis - Rome

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Lot number: 15
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A. de Bonis

ROME, VERS 1860

19 ALBUMEN PRINTS MOUNTED ON ORIGINAL PAPER. 17 WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S INITIALS STAMP 'ADB' AND TITLED IN PENCIL BY THE ARTIST ON THE REVERSE.

19 tirages albuminés individuellement montés sur papier d'époque. 17 tirages avec le tampon aux initiales du photographe 'AdB' et titrés au crayon au verso par l'artiste.

Quantity: 19

Chaque tirage env. 18,5 x 25 cm,

chaque feuille env. 25,2 x 34 cm ou l'inverse

(each print approx. 7 ¼ x 9 ¾ in.,

each sheet approx. 9 7/8 x 13 ¼ in. or the reverse)

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Literature

Françoise Heilbrun, Bernard Marbot, L'Invention d'un Regard (1839 - 1918), cat. expo., Paris, Musée d'Orsay, 1989, div. ill.;

Ken et Jenny Jacobson, Etude d'après nature. 19th Century Photographs in Relation to Art, Petches Bridge, 1996, ill. p. 172;

Bruce Lundberg, John A. Pinto (éd.), Steps on the Beaten Path. Nineteen Century Photographs of Rome and its environs, Milan - New York, 2007, avec ill.

1) Sant\’\’ Onofrio

2) Porta laterale di Ara Coeli

3) Scala davanti Sant\’\’ Isidoro

4) Ingresso al piazzale di San Cosimato in Trastevere

5) Veduta di parte di un corridor del Coloffeo

6) Ripa grande e marmorata vitti tra la Bocca della Verita e la Salara

7) La famiglia di Niobe [faettata ?] da Apollo e Diana al Vaticans nel corridore de\’\’ Candelabri

8) Ingresso al convente di San Cosimato in Trastevere

9) Portico di Santa Sabina all\’\’aventino

10) Chiostro di San Giovanni in Laterano visto dall\’\’ ingresso che conduce alla navata destro

11) Prothyrum o portico esterna di San Clemente

12) Sans titre

13) Sans titre

14) Portico dell\’\’ Accademia di Francia

15) Portico di Santa Cecilia in Trastevere

16) Piazza di Santa Maria Maggiore vista di sotto il portico della Chiesa

17) San Giorgio in Velabro

18) Fontana in piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere

19) Veduta preta dal vesti-bulo di San Pietro guardando la Sagrestia

All nineteen albumen prints in good to very good general condition. Three prints with small loss of paper in the lower right corner, at the lower edge and in the upper left corner. One print with a small loss of the albumen layer in the lower right corner. "In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective, qualified opinion. Prospective buyers should also refer to any Important Notices regarding this sale, which are printed in the Sale Catalogue. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS PRINTED IN THE SALE CATALOGUE."
A. De Bonis - Piazza S. Giovanni In Laterano

A. De Bonis - Piazza S. Giovanni In Laterano

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86. A. De Bonis (active 1850-1870)

Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano, ca. 1855-60
lightalbumen print. AdB black ink stamp on the verso. On board, titledin pencil probably by De Bonis's hand. Another copy of this printis in Archivio Alinari. cm 18,3 x 23,9 INTERNO DELLA CHIESA DI S.CLEMENTE, AMBONE, CA. 1855-60; light albumen print, AdB black inkstamp on the verso. On board, titled in pencil probably by DeBonis's hand. Another copy of this print is in Archivio Alinari. cm24,2 x 18,3 (2)
A. De Bonis - Fontana Di Trevi, Rome

A. De Bonis - Fontana Di Trevi, Rome

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Lot number: 4031
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De Bonis, A.
Fontana di Trevi, Rome
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Fontana di Trevi, Rome. 1860s. Vintage albumen print. 19,2 x 24,8 cm. Photographer's monogram in lower right in the negative; annotated in pencil and
AdB
stamp on the verso.
Little is known about the photographer A.(driano?) de Bonis. He operated in Rome during the same period as Carlo Baldassarre Simelli and was probably his photographic assistant. De Bonis normally signed his photographs with a stamp on the back of the image (AdB) or blindstamped his photos with the cursive initials
DB
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Carlo Baldassare Simelli (1811-77) worked for John Henry Parker, who set up an office in Rome and published many volumes of photographically illustrated work. Simelli had close contacts with the group of largely French photographers who met at the Café Greco. From the body of identifiable work by Simelli, one can see that de Bonis was heavily influenced by him and probably worked on sub-commission by Simelli for Parker.
Subsequently, Eugenio Chauffourier (1845-1919) acquired Simelli and de Bonis negatives, which he printed and re-labeled, in addition to producing his own images of similar style. Many of the photographs known today and attributed to Chauffourier are in fact the work of the two earlier photographers. De Bonis' photographs always contain distinctive perspectives and are among the most beautiful and individual of those taken in Rome during the second half of the nineteenth century. - A few light stains in upper left corner, a few light creases, otherwise a strong violet-brown print in very good condition.
A. De Bonis - Arc De Titus

A. De Bonis - Arc De Titus

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Lot number: 99
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