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Reutlinger (active 1850s-1937), Photographers

Artist associated with 26 portraits
The Reutlingers were a French family of German descent. The family photographic business was founded in Paris in 1850 by Charles Reutlinger, and the studio became famous for its portraits of the actors, artists, musicians, composers, opera singers and ballet dancers of the period. In 1880, Charles handed over the studio to his brother, Emile Reutlinger. In 1883, Emile's son, Léopold-Emile Reutlinger, who had been born in Peru in 1863, arrived in Paris and began to work for his father, eventually taking over the Reutlinger studio in 1890. He produced the firm's first known erotic photographs.

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Sir Henry Morton Stanley

by Reutlinger
albumen cabinet card, 1882
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Sir Henry Morton Stanley

by Reutlinger, published by Ogden's
cigarette card, 1882, published circa 1894-1907
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Anna Held

by Reutlinger, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
matte bromide book postcard print, 1890s
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Jeanne Granier

by Reutlinger
matte bromide postcard print, 1890s
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Mily-Meyer (née Émilie Mily Meyer)

by Reutlinger
hand-coloured bromide postcard print with glitter, 1890s
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Anna Held

by Reutlinger, published by Misch & Co ('M. & Co.')
matte bromide postcard print, 1900s
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Anna Held

by Reutlinger, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
matte bromide postcard print, early 1900s
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Anna Held

by Reutlinger, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
matte bromide postcard print, early 1900s
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Anna Held

by Reutlinger
matte bromide postcard print, early 1900s
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Anna Held

by Reutlinger, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
matte bromide postcard print, early 1900s
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Maud Allan

by Reutlinger, published by Aristophot Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, 1900s
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Lina Cavalieri

by Reutlinger
hand-coloured postcard print, 1900s
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Eve Lavallière (Eugénie Marie Pascaline Fenoglio)

by Reutlinger
hand-coloured postcard print, early-mid 1900s
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Jeanne Granier in 'Joujou'

by Reutlinger
matte bromide postcard print, 1902
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Unidentified actress

by Reutlinger
postcard print, mid 1900s
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Maud Allan as Salome in 'The Vision of Salome'

by Reutlinger, published by Aristophot Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, circa 1908
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Cécile Sorel

by Reutlinger
matte bromide postcard print, 1910s
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