Dernière mise à jour
23 Octobre 2018
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Description

In the middle of the 19th century Jean Adolphe Braun inspired the imagination of the European bourgeoisie with his photos. From the 1850s onwards, more and more people had the financial means to travel. However, very few people had their own photographic equipment, so they bought photographs on site. Soon a flourishing business with pictures and photo albums emerged. The company Braun & Cie was led by Jean Adolphe Braun and his son Gaston in Mulhouse, Alsace, and specialized in landscapes and cities. Their pictures of Switzerland spread throughout Europe and shaped the country's tourist image. As a "by-product", they also documented the emergence of infrastructure in the Alps.

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Identifiant
Vues de la suisse@schweizerisches-nationalmuseum-snm
Date de publication
30 Août 2017
Date de modification
23 Octobre 2018
Editeurs
Schweizerisches Nationalmuseum
Points de contact
Schweizerisches Nationalmuseum, Bildarchiv
Langues
Allemand
Informations complémentaires
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Landing page
https://www.nationalmuseum.ch/sammlung_online/
Couverture temporelle
1 Janvier 1870 - 31 Décembre 1900
Intervalle d'actualisation
Irrégulier
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