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Giuseppe Datsario (1806 -1865), photographs of the views of Moscow 1870-1880:

1) View of the Kremlin with the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge. 36x31 cm 2) House of Romanov boyars. 18.5х23 cm 3) 4 35mm photographs on one page: the Novodevichy Convent, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, two views of the Kremlin. 5x9 cm, 9.5x14 cm. Ownership signatures under the photograph. 4) Novodevichy Convent. 28x34 cm All photos in four uniform frames. Giuseppe Datsario (1806-1865) came to Russia from Italy and founded his own production of printed artistic graphics. He specialized in the sale of lithographed prints and had two stores in Moscow on Lubyanka and Kuznetsky Most. In 1849, he became the owner of a store in St. Petersburg at the corner of Nevsky Prospect and Admiralteyskaya Square. After the death of Giuseppe, his sons Joseph and Alexander continued publishing and trading. They actively used the emerging technologies and were among the first to begin to print a series of specific photographs of Moscow and St. Petersburg.Giuseppe Datsario (1806 -1865), photographs of the views of Moscow 1870-1880: 1) View of the Kremlin with the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge. 36x31 cm 2) House of Romanov boyars. 18.5х23 cm 3) 4 35mm photographs on one page: the Novodevichy Convent, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, two views of the Kremlin. 5x9 cm, 9.5x14 cm. Ownership signatures under the photograph. 4) Novodevichy Convent. 28x34 cm All photos in four uniform frames. Giuseppe Datsario (1806-1865) came to Russia from Italy and founded his own production of printed artistic graphics. He specialized in the sale of lithographed prints and had two stores in Moscow on Lubyanka and Kuznetsky Most. In 1849, he became the owner of a store in St. Petersburg at the corner of Nevsky Prospect and Admiralteyskaya Square. After the death of Giuseppe, his sons Joseph and Alexander continued publishing and trading. They actively used the emerging technologies and were among the first to begin to print a series of specific photographs of Moscow and St. Petersburg.
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