Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Félix Adrien Bonfils (8 March 1831 – 1885) was a French photographer and writer who was active in the Middle East. He was one of the first commercial photographers to produce images of the Middle East on a large scale and amongst the first to employ a new method of colour photography, developed in 1880.
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Q2915801
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Introduction
Born 8 March 1831. Bonfils and his family moved to Beirut in 1867 and opened the studio "Maison Bonfils", which became F. Bonfils et Cie in 1878. Bonfils also photographed in Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Greece and Constantinople.
Nationality
French
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Photographer
Names
Félix Bonfils, Paul Félix Bonfils, Paul-Felix Bonfils, Felix Bonfils
Ulan
500016696
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