Photographs of the architecture and landscapes of Naples and nearby towns and islands, probably produced between 1890 and
1909 by Edizioni Brogi, the photography studio directed by Carlo Brogi and his uncle, Alfredo Brogi.
Italian photographer. Carlo Brogi, son of the architectural and landscape photographer, Giacomo Brogi, in association with
his uncle, Alfredo Brogi, continued to manage his father's studio after his death in 1881, under the trade name "Edizioni
Brogi." They specialized in photos of artwork of the masters, and between 1893 and 1902, issued three catalogs of photographs
of frescoes, mosaics, and drawings. During this period, they also revisited Naples and Pompeii, creating new catalogs of photos.
Carlo Brogi was an active member of the Società Fotografica Italiana, and promoter of the profession, vigorously advocating
throughout his lifetime for the adoption of copyright protection of photographs.
1 album (25 photographic prints) : gelatin ; 26 x 35 cm (album)
Photographs are mounted on rectos of leaves of stiff white cardboard, with edges stained red; captions, photographer's stock
number, and studio name, "Edizioni Brogi" printed in negative along lower edges. Thirteen of the 25 photographs bear Giacomo
Brogi stock numbers (i.e. below 8000); remaining twelve photos have Carlo Brogi stock numbers above 8000, numbered here between
9711 and 12603.
Bound in stiff vellum covers, decorated on upper and lower covers with two wide horizontal gilt filigree bands; cover title
"Napoli" in gilt on upper cover; brown and white decorated endpapers; photographer's small oval blue and white label on front
pastedown: "G. Brogi successori in Napoli. Negenborn & Bokwinkel. Piazza dei Martiri 61-62."
Spec. Coll. copy: in modern beige cloth clamshell box; printed spine label with title "Edizione Brogi Napoli."
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