Admiration, Olympe Agado (1827 – 1894)

Admiration, Olympe Agado

Le comte Olimpio Clemente Augusto Alejandro Aguado (Paris, 3 février 1827 – Compiègne, 25 octobre 1894) est un photographe français. Aguado réalisa des photographies animalières, des paysages, des portraits et des tableaux vivants, scènes de la vie quotidienne de son milieu social aristocratique. Aguado fréquenta l’atelier de Gustave Le Gray qui l’initia à la photographie.

Count Olympe-Clemente-Alexandre-Auguste Aguado de las Marismas (February 3, 1827 – October 25, 1894) was a Franco-Spanish photographer and socialite, active primarily in the 1850s and 1860s. One of several early photographers who learned the practice from Gustave Le Gray, Aguado pioneered a number of photographic processes, including carte de visite photographs and photographic enlargement processes.[1] He was also a founding member of the influential French Photographic Society in 1854

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