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Ernst Benecke

Pool of Bethesda (Bassin Bethsaida), Jerusalem, 1852

Salt print
6 3/4 × 8 1/2 in
17.1 × 21.6 cm
This is a unique work.
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Provenance
Vision Neil Folberg Gallery
Jerusalem
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This is an historic print, from among the very first photographic images made in Jerusalem. From …

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This is an historic print, from among the very first photographic images made in Jerusalem. From the New York Times, "Ernst Benecke's Lost Treasure", March 6, 1994:
"IN 30 YEARS OF collecting I have never seen anything like it," says Werner Bokelberg. To the respected German photography …

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Condition
Salt print mounted on a larger sheet; the print is yellowed; the paper on which it is mounted has foxing, but the print is clean.
Signature
Embedded white signature in print
Frame
Included
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About the work
Provenance
Vision Neil Folberg Gallery
Jerusalem
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This is an historic print, from among the very first photographic images made in Jerusalem. From …

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This is an historic print, from among the very first photographic images made in Jerusalem. From the New York Times, "Ernst Benecke's Lost Treasure", March 6, 1994:
"IN 30 YEARS OF collecting I have never seen anything like it," says Werner Bokelberg. To the respected German photography …

Read more
Condition
Salt print mounted on a larger sheet; the print is yellowed; the paper on which it is mounted has foxing, but the print is clean.
Signature
Embedded white signature in print
Frame
Included

Ernst Benecke

Pool of Bethesda (Bassin Bethsaida), Jerusalem, 1852

Salt print
6 3/4 × 8 1/2 in
17.1 × 21.6 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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