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Moscow of Gautier-Dufayer to be Exhibited in Moscow
25.01.2014 10:42
Moscow of Gautier-Dufayer to be Exhibited in Moscow

The Moscow of Gautier Dufayer exhibition presents an ancient collection of the images of Moscow streets, lanes and squares.

      The pictures were taken hundred years ago by Emil Gautier-Dufaye. All of the old works will be accompanied with modern photos of the same places, with the same foreshortenings and perspectives.

      In the early 20th century the Archaeological Society made a decision about full-scale photographing of the city and that was carried out by E.V. Gautier-Dufaye in 1912-1914. This remarkable work was interrupted by World War I in 1914. 

      The collection contains about 500 photos, which are unique evidences of the Moscow history of the early 20th century.

      The exhibition will take place in the Museum of Moscow from January 25 to February 25.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Gautier-Dufaye Photography Exhibitions in Moscow  

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