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Leawitt Hunt

male / American
Qualifications
photographer
Nationality/school
American
Born
United States of America 1831-02-16
Deceased
Vermont (state) 1907
Family relationships
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Broer van Richard Morris Hunt en William Morris Hunt
See also
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zij fotografeerden samen het Midden-Oosten
Biographical information
Period of activity
1850 - 1852
stopt met fotografie wanneer blijkt dat zijn foto's niet verkocht worden
Education
Universität Heidelberg
studeerde rechten
Zwitserland: opleiding
militaire academie in 1851
Active in
  • Parijs 1832 - 1846
    de familie Hunt verhuisde naar Parijs zodat hun kinderen een Europese educatie zouden krijgen
  • Zwitserland 1846 - 1851
  • Rome 1851
    Hunt en Baker vertrokken vanuit Rome naar het Midden-Oosten
  • Midden-Oosten (regio) 1851 - 1852
    Hunt en Baker reisden door het midden oosten, ze bezochten o.a.;de Nijl, de Sinaï, Petra, Jeruzalem, Libanon, Constantinopel en Athene
  • Parijs 1852
    Hunt en Baker ontwikkelen hun foto's
  • Zwitserland 1852 - 1855
  • Verenigde Staten van Amerika 1855 - 1907
    stopt met fotograferen en wordt een boer in Vermont
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Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
documentary photography, monument photography
Comment
Photographed Mount Sinai, c.1850.
Perez (1988): archeologist.
Creation date: 2000-08-04; Last modified date: 2021-07-29

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