Carl Durheim, also known as Karl Durheim and Charles Durheim, (born November 23, 1810 in Bern, Switzerland - died January 30, 1890 in Bern, Switzerland) was a Swiss lithographer and an early photographer. He began working with daguerreotype in 1845 and changed to a paper printing process in 1849. Durheim produced many portraits of seated individuals.
Lithograph of the first Federal Palace in Bern, built 1852–57, now the west wing of the Federal Palace.
Joseph Körbler photographic portrait
- A Concise History of Photography by Helmut Gernsheim page 46
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