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Series: Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography

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Richard Tepe: photography of nature in the Netherlands 1900-1940 by Christiane Kuhlmann1
Ethnics and trade : photography and the colonial exhibitions in Amsterdam, Antwerp and Brussels by Laetitia Dujardin2
Louis Heldring : amateur photographer in the Middle East 1898 / by Rakia Faber3
Unknown Japan : reconsidering 19th-century photographs by David Odo4
New ways of scientific visualization : A.-L. Donnadieu's La photographie des objets immergés / by Christina Natlacen5
The Making of a Photobook : Sanne Sannes' Maquette for Diary of an Erotomaniac by Tamara Berghmans6
Going into detail : photography and its use at the Drawing and Design Schools of Amsterdam 1880-1910 / by Petra Steinhardt7
Photography meets film : Capa, Ivens and Fernhout in China, 1938 / by Rixt A. Bosma8
Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje : the first Western photographer in Mecca, 1884 - 1885 by Durkje van der Wal9
Scraps of inspiration : photographs and graphics in a designer's album, 1870-1905 / by Femke Speelberg10
Painters and Cameras: Exploring New Ways of Looking around 1900 by Saskia Ooms11
Between ad and allegory: marketing portraits of Gerard Reve by Hinde Haest12
Colour in the home : autochromes by Jacob Olie Jr by Laura Roscam Abbing13
Around the world in 87 photographs : Dolph Kessler's Grand Tour, 1908 / by Mickey Hoyle14
Arnold Genthe : pioneer of dance photography by Nicky van Banning15
Man Ray's portrait of Peggy Guggenheim / by Frederique van Reij16
Document Nederland by Rixt A. Bosma17

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