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Carl Curman's Andalusia, Spain - 11 photographs from 1878


Alhambra Palace in Granada in Andalusia.
Format: Cyanotype



View over Granada in Andalusia. In the foreground a part of the Alhambra Palace area.
Format: Cyanotype




Two Spanish men and a donkey, probably in Andalusia.
Format: Cyanotype





Calla Curman at the Court of the Lions with the fountain, at the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Andalusia.
Format: Cyanotype




Granada in Andalusia, with the Alhambra Palace on the hilltop.
Format: Cyanotype




Granada in Andalusia. View over a part of the town and the adjacent mountains.
Format: Cyanotype





Group of women and children in a park Granada in Andalusia.
Format: Albumen print




Calla Curman with a fan and two unidentified men, in the Alhambra Palace in Andalusia.
Format: Albumen print




Granada in Andalusia, with the Alhambra Palace on the hilltop.
Format: Albumen print




Granada in Andalusia, with the Alhambra Palace on the hilltop.
Format: Albumen print




Olvera in Cádiz province in Andalusia. To the left on the hill is the church Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación and to the right is the Arab Castle, Castillo Árabe.
Format: Albumen print


Photographs by Carl Curman, Andalusia, Spain, 1878
Courtesy of The Swedish National Heritage Board

Carl Curman (1833 - 1913) was a Swedish physician and a prominent balneologist. He began photographing in the 1860s and became a prominent and industrious amateur photographer. He left a collection of about 700 photos - original print copies and glass plate negatives, mainly from the late 19th century. The collection of his photographs is included in The Swedish National Heritage Board's archives.

Diana Topan



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