Nice silver bromide print featuring an older woman wearing a headscarf. She is about to instruct a young boy how to handle a drawing well. His leather pants tell me this scene must have been imaged in rural Austria or even Germany/Bavaria (the usage of German Mimosa photo paper for this print might point towards the latter region).
Nice fashion dedicated image. This sepia coloured portrait was taken by L. Bollinger in Vienna, 1927. Strange hat, this.
Silver gelatine print from probably the early 1920ies showing a mother and her son. Both have similar expressions on their faces: Just nothing to laugh about. Glad she is not my mum. Guess this image was taken in Eastern Europe.
Purposeless footwear…who would walk the sand with heels? Hope she did not break her ankle. Silver bromide print, unlabeled.
Another silver bromide print dealing with fashion photography. Good photographer due to light balance and focus.
Silver bromide print showing a post war beauty presenting white swimwear and a knitted white hat. Note the Pin Up style and the balanced light.
These two couples enjoy their 1924 summer vacancies at the Ostseebad Brunshaupten, Germany. Please mind the beautiful all wooden Art Déco architecture and their Prussian symmetry in walking (or even marching). Albumen photo postcard by Leonar.