- Author:Maxime Du Camp
- Publisher:Sand/Conti (1987)
- Pages:248 pages
- Subcategory:Foreign Language Study & Reference
- FB2 format1140 kb
- ePUB format1151 kb
- DJVU format1913 kb
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Maxime Du Camp (8 February 1822 – 9 February 1894) was a French writer and photographer. Born in Paris, Du Camp was the son of a successful surgeon. After finishing college, he indulged in his strong desire for travel, thanks to his father's assets. Du Camp traveled in Europe and the East between 1844 and 1845, and again between 1849 and 1851 in company with Gustave Flaubert. After his return, Du Camp wrote about his traveling experiences. Flaubert also wrote about his experiences with Maxime.
Maxime du Cam. ent his hero (Victor Hugo) a poem in 1840. A week later, he received a superb example of the Hugo thank-you lette. fter the first flush of excitement, Du Camp re-read his poem, found it painfully inept and came to the conclusion that Hugo was making fun of him. Graham Robb, Victor Hugo. dang it I hate having to tag Du Camp as in anything except thinking Gautier was a Good Dude but : Relatable. Romantics Hugo Du Camp Is nice about it Camp: WHAT IS THIS FOUL TRICKERY.
Artist: Maxime Du Camp (French, 1822–1894). gypte, Nubie, Palestine et Syrie: dessins photographiques recueillis pendant les années 1849, 1850 et 1851 Paris: Gide et Baudry, 1852. Printer: Imprimerie photographique de Blanquart-Évrard, à Lille (French, active 1851–55). Publisher: Gide et Baudry. Date: December 1849, printed 1852. no. 11, Nineteenth Century Collections Online. Undena Publications, ed. The photographic heritage of the Middle East : an exhibition of early photographs of Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, Greece & Iran, 1849-1893.
Le Nil" de Maxime Du Camp. Published 1987 by Sand/Conti in Paris. Travel, Description and travel. Maxime Du Camp (1822-1894). Egypt, Nile River Valley.
Maxime Du Camp was a French writer. He was one of the earliest amateur photographers, and his books of travel were among the first to be illustrated by means of what was then a new art. Du Camp had a strong taste for travel, which his father’s means enabled him to indulge as soon as his college days were over. Between 1844 and 1845, and again, in company with Gustave Flaubert, between 1849 and 1851, he travelled in Europe and the East, and made excellent use of his experiences in books published after his return.
From Shapero Rare Books Limited, Maxime Du Camp, Vues en Egypte .
From Shapero Rare Books Limited, Maxime Du Camp, Vues en Egypte, Nubie, Palestine et Syrie. Palestine: Jeruselum, Quartiere Orientale, Neg. date: 1851 . Print date: 1851 c. Alan Klotz Gallery. Palestine: Jeruselum, Partie Occidentale des Murailles, Neg. Nubie Temple de Kardassy, Neg. date: 1851c.
La mission de Maxime Du Camp à l'Egypte et le Moyen-Orient en de 1849 à 1851 pour faire un relevé photographique des monuments et sites bien documentée dans ses écrits et aussi dans ceux de son compagnon de voyage, Gustave Flaubert. Après un premier séjour au Caire, les deux amis ont pris un bateau pour voyager le Nil jusqu'à la deuxième cataracte, après quoi ils descendaient la rivière à loisir pour découvrir les sites archéologiques le long de ses rives. One person found this helpful.
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