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PhotographerDr. Guglielmo Oliaro



JournalLa Fotographia Artistica 1907

AtelierMaison Tensi (Milan)


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Bridges, Italy, Landscape, Streams, Supports, Trees


Image Dimensions: 16.6 x 22.5 cm April
Support Dimensions: 23.5 x 32.7 cm

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Dr. Guglielmo Oliaro, Italian: (1874 -1936)


Photograph ca. 1900?


Translating to Last Rays In The Forest, this bucolic scene at dusk features a rushing stream and footbridge bisecting a silhouetted line of Pollarded Willow trees.


From Turin, amateur photographer Dr. Guglielmo Oliaro was very interested in the arts, founding a medical publishing house that survives to this day: From the InterFairs online resource:


Minerva Medica was the brainchild of a Turin GP (General Practitioner -ed.) Dr. Guglielmo Oliaro, a scientist with a passion for literature, art and music. It was on December 8 1925 that Dr. Oliaro got together with a small group of partners to set up the original company, Tipografia Editrice Minerva based in Turin. The creation of that company was a response to the growing success both in Italy and abroad, of Minerva Medica, a weekly journal for the general practitioner that first came out in 1909. Edizioni Minerva Medica S.p.A. was set up as a limited company by Dr. Guglielmo Oliaro on June 9 1934, for the purpose of supplying the Italian medical profession with text-books and scientific journals.


This example of Oliaro’s work was printed by the Milan atelier Maison Tensi and included as a full-page plate in the April, 1907 issue of La Fotographia Artistica, a  French/Italian photographic journal. 

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