W. Lincoln Wilson photographic album of Mexico [picture]. ca. 1900-1927.
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A major early twentieth century Mexican photographer, Hugo Brehme (1882-1954) studied in his native Germany. He first arrived in Mexico in 1905, and as early as 1912, he had established a studio in Mexico City. During the following years, Brehme's photographs of Mexico became known worldwide. Hugo Brehme is today acknowledged as an early Mexican master of landscape, architectural and portrait photography. Through his studios in Mexico City he influenced an entire generation of Mexic...
Photographs by German photographer Hugo Brehme Wick (1882-1954, known as Hugo Brehme) who immigrated to Mexico around 1903 and worked there for the remainder of his life. Best known as a photographer of Mexican landscapes, especially of the volcanoes outside the Valley of Mexico, Brehme also photographed people and places throughout the country, much as other photographers did to sell primarily to the tourist market. He also made a few notable photographs during the Revolution, including the fam...
Sumner W. Matteson (1867-1920) was a traveling photographer and photojournalist. From the description of Sumner W. Matteson photographs, circa 1890-circa 1900. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367620196 Matteson was a traveling photographer and photojournalist. From the description of Photographs, ca. 1890-ca. 1900. (Brigham Young University). WorldCat record id: 51601883 ...