Autochromes by Ferdinand Bučina

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

 
Ferdinand Bučina

Ferdinand Bučina (1909 – 1994, Prague) at the beginning of his artistic activity used color photography only rarely. Still, 18 interesting Autochromes have been preserved. Mostly they show rural folklore from Moravian Slovakia, where he came in 1937 as a reporter and cameraman for a Czechoslovak periodical. Other pictures, from a journey to Carpato-Ukraine in the summer of 1936, which Bučina had sent by post to the periodical “Ahoj”, have not been preserved.

F. and V. Sichrovský


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Moravian Slovakia: St. Antony


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V. Bučinová at Karlštejn castle near Prague


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Karlštejn Castle near Prague


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