Vienna: Verlag des Camera-Clubs, 1894 -1896. First editions. 4tos., variable paginations, with illustrations in text and original mounted photogravures. Bound in quarter cloth with marbled paper over boards. 3 volumes comprised of monthly issues: Volume 1, No. 1 (January 1894) to Volume 3, No. 12 (December 1896). Bound with a volume title page and index. Light rubbing to the edges of the bindings, with occasional light soiling at the blank margins. Very good. Item #29848
This monthly publication began in January 1894 and ceased publishing with Vol. 5, No.12, December 1898. Edited by Prof. F. Schiffner, it contains technical articles on the concerns of the day by some of the most influential scientists and practitioners, including, W.B. Bolton, L. Ducos du Haron, Dr. J.M. Eder, R. E. Liesegang, Dr. A. Miethe, Dr. E. Vogel, and E. J. Wall, et al. There are reviews of international exhibitions, news from various European camera clubs, and articles on aesthetic considerations. Each issue contains fine photogravures by Demachy, Meyer, Hennenberg, Watzek, Khün, Mallman, Stieglitz, Annan, and others. One of the premier journals largely devoted to pictorialism, and a model for Alfred Stieglitz' Camera Notes.
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Quite scarce with WorldCat listing only 6 locations, not all of which are complete runs.