First Color Photographs of China, 1912 albert kahn

First Color Photographs of China, 1912 Albert Kahn

These images are most-probably the first Colour Photographs of China, taken in 1912 by Albert Kahn. “In 1909 the millionaire French banker and philanthropist Albert Kahn embarked on an ambitious project to create a colour photographic record of, and for, the peoples of the world.” Throughout the years Kahn took 72000 pictures, which were until recently relatively unheard of.

First Color Photographs of China, 1912 Albert Kahn

Albert Kahn – Mongolia photos

Albert Kahn - Mongolia photos

A rare color photograph by Albert Kahn of the original Moulin Rouge in Paris, a year before it burned down. 1914

History In Pictures ‏- A rare color photograph by Albert Kahn of the original Moulin Rouge in Paris, a year before it burned down,

The Arabs~Bedouin at Aba el Lissan, Jordan, 1918. Musee Albert-Khan

Jordan: Paul Castelnau met a Bedouin of Sudanese origin in 1918 in Aba el Lissan, the site of an Arab Revolt battle the year before. Autochrome photography from Archives of the Planet; a project conceived and financed by French banker Albert Kahn in

A rare color photo of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore - with daughter Bela to his left and daughter-in-law Pratima to his right. This photograph was taken by Albert KAHN in 1921. The history of this picture is mentioned in this article, photographed by "Albert Kahn, a French banker, an avid traveller, a humanist and a philanthropist. Kahn also employed two well known lensmen of his time, Stephane Passet and Auguste Leon to travel to India and document its people, culture, architecture and…

A rare color photo of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore - with daughter Bela to his left and daughter-in-law Pratima to his right. This photograph was taken by Albert KAHN in The history of this picture is mentioned in this article, photographed by "Alber

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