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  Panorama of Phu Binh Gia Cai KinhTonkin Vietnam Old Photo Tong Sing 1895  

  • Ref. : M00099
  • Price : €100.00
  • Size (inches) : about 5x7
  • Size (cm) : about 12.5x17.5
  • Date : ca 1895
  • Place : Vietnam, Lang Son area, cai Kinh, Phu Binh Gia
  • Condition : Baryta paper print sépia toned unmounted, Good condition

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Panorama de Phu Binh Gia Cai KinhTonkin Français Vietnam Ancienne Photo Tong Sing 1895

Vintage Anonymous (possibly Tong Sing Studio Photo or most probably a french military tour inspection on the chinese border). Place handwritten on reverse: Panorama de Phu Binh Gia - Cai Kinh - Tonkin

Why Tong Sing: one photography of this serie is reproduced in 'des Photographes en Indochine, Marval ed., 2001, page 84' and attributed to Tong Sing

Visited Region: Country of Tay People / Pays du peuple Tay

Les Tày aussi appelés Thaïs tho, T'o, Tai Tho, Ngan, Phen, Thu Lao, or Pa Di, sont une des minorités du Viêtnam. Les Tày vivent principalement dans le nord du pays. Les villages tày sont installés au pied d'une montagne et portent le nom d'une montagne, d'un champ, d'une rivière. Chaque village comprend environ 15-20 familles.

The Tày people speak a language of the Central Tai language group, and live in northern Vietnam. They are sometimes also called Thô, T'o, Tai Tho, Ngan, Phen, Thu Lao, or Pa Di


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Photographer/Credit : TONG SING
Photographe d'origine chinoise, employé par l'entreprise Soupe et Raveau. Tong Sing a photographié pour cette firme entre 1883 et 1897, dans la région située entre Ha Noï et Lang Son.
Category: Countryside
Country: Vietnam
 






 

 







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