Biography: 19th Century photographic studio Sommer and Behles

Biography: 19th Century photographic studio Sommer and Behles


A 19th-century Italian photography studio created by the partnership of photographers Giorgio Sommer (1834-1914) and Edmund Behles (1841-1924). Studios were located in Rome at No. 28 Mario di Fiori, and in Naples at No. 4 Monte di Dio. Each photographer had independent careers and studios prior to and following the partnership which began in 1867 and was dissolved in 1874.

Piazza Navona (Roma)

Piazza Navona (Roma). Photo by Sommer & Behles

Casa di Diomede. Pompei, 1855 - 1865.

Casa di Diomede. Pompei, 1855 – 1865. Photo by Sommer & Behles

Colosseo. Interna, 1860 - 1872.

Colosseo. Interna, 1860 – 1872. Photo by Sommer & Behles

Fontana di Trevi, 1860 - 1872.

Fontana di Trevi, 1860 – 1872. Photo by Sommer & Behles

Cattedrale Palermo, 1865 - 1870.

Cattedrale Palermo, 1865 – 1870. Photo by Sommer & Behles

Tivoli Cascatelli, 1865 - 1870.

Tivoli Cascatelli, 1865 – 1870. Photo by Sommer & Behles

Panorama da S. Martino (Napoli), 1860 - 1872.

Panorama da S. Martino (Napoli), 1860 – 1872. Photo by Sommer & Behles

Marina di Messina, ebruary 23, 1867.

Marina di Messina, ebruary 23, 1867. Photo by Sommer & Behles

Ponte e Castello S. Angelo e S. Pietro (Roma), about 1870.

Ponte e Castello S. Angelo e S. Pietro (Roma), about 1870. Photo by Sommer & Behles

Cascata di Caserta, about 1855 - 1865.

Cascata di Caserta, about 1855 – 1865. Photo by Sommer & Behles


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