Autochromes from Tábor region

” — Tenth exhibition of Šechtl & Voseček Museum of Photography.

 

Tábor, Kotnov Castle


Autochrome,

The author of these photographs from Tábor is not identified. By their style, they are unlikely to have been made in the Šechtl & Voseček Studios, and look more like the work of an amateur photographer, among whom, Autochrome was quite popular. It is however also possible that they are Autochromes by Jindřich Husník, son of inventor and teacher at Tabor Gymnasium Jakub Husník, who lived in Tábor, and is known to have been using this process. His Autochromes however have been completely lost.

Owner of the original autochrome: All rights reserved, use of the digital reproduction is possible only with written permission from the owner of photograph

Tábor


Autochrome,
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Portrait


Autochrome,
Owner of the original autochrome: All rights reserved, use of the digital reproduction is possible only with written permission from the owner of photograph

Portrait


Autochrome,
Owner of the original autochrome: All rights reserved, use of the digital reproduction is possible only with written permission from the owner of photograph