Antinoe. Sheikh Abaddeh's Palm Tree. (Egypt)

Félix Bonfilsca. 1870

George Eastman Museum

George Eastman Museum
Rochester, United States

Félix Bonfils opened a studio in Beirut in 1867. His son, Adrien, was a
partner and operated the business until 1894 when the firm was bought out
by Abraham Guiragossian. Bonfils' wife Lydia was also a photographer.
All views marked "Bonfils" prior to 1878 were taken by Felix.


  • Title: Antinoe. Sheikh Abaddeh's Palm Tree. (Egypt)
  • Creator: Félix Bonfils
  • Date Created: ca. 1870
  • Location Created: Antinoe, Egypt
  • Physical Dimensions: w27.8 x h23.2 cm (Image)
  • Type: Photograph
  • Rights: Public Domain, George Eastman House Collections
  • Medium: albumen print
  • Place Part Of: Egypt
  • Materials Extent: complete
  • Inscriptions: recto (in image): Bonfils (in image): Antinoe. Palmier de Cheik-Abaddeh (Egypte)
  • Credit line: Museum Purchase
  • Credit Line Source: George Eastman House
  • Credit Line Extent: complete

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