Daniella Dangoor

 

A dealer in photographs for over 20 years, Daniella Dangoor will present a collection of images of Samurai photographed in Japan and in the West from 1860 - illustrating the last decade or so of their existence as a warrior caste - to 1877 when the samurai class was abolished ending hundreds of years of their privileged status and powers. Some of the photographers featured are: Felice Beato, Nadar, Ueno Hikoma, Milton Miller, Jacques-Philippe Poteau, André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri, Suzuki Shin’ichi, Raimund Baron von Stillfried...

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  UENO Hikoma  (1838-1904) :  GROUP OF SAMURAI SCHOLARS, Nagasaki, c.1864.. Albumen print from wet collodion negative, 110 x 140 mm.

UENO Hikoma (1838-1904): GROUP OF SAMURAI SCHOLARS, Nagasaki, c.1864.. Albumen print from wet collodion negative, 110 x 140 mm.

  SUZUKI Shin’ichi I (1835-1919):     SUZUKI Shin’ichi I (1835-1919): Portrait of Unidentified Samurai in Armour, Yokohama, c.1873-76. Albumen print from wet collodion negative, 259 x 198 mm.g.

SUZUKI Shin’ichi I (1835-1919):  SUZUKI Shin’ichi I (1835-1919): Portrait of Unidentified Samurai in Armour, Yokohama, c.1873-76. Albumen print from wet collodion negative, 259 x 198 mm.g.

  André-Adolphe-Eugène DISDÉRI  (1819-1889): Portrait of TOKUGAWA Akitake (1853-1910), Paris, 1867. Albumen print from wet collodion negative.

André-Adolphe-Eugène DISDÉRI (1819-1889): Portrait of TOKUGAWA Akitake (1853-1910), Paris, 1867. Albumen print from wet collodion negative.