I was just searching the Commons on Flickr and saw this chair photo of ca 1900 from the collection of the Powerhouse Museum. Couldn’t wait till Halloween to share it with you:-)
Via Portrait of an articulated skeleton on a bentwood chair.
The Powerhouse Museum, located in Sidney says:
This collection of glass plate negatives was acquired by the Museum in the 1980s and appears to have been made by a Sydney based photographic studio from around 1880 through to 1920. The images are on both whole and half plate negatives and many of the larger images are of a high quality.
2 thoughts on “Articulated Skeleton on a Thonet Bentwood Chair”
A perfectly photogenic chair user 🙂
The only thing I miss is the gender of the skeleton for the correct Chaichez category:-)