Silhouettes Parisiennes, Wonderful Belle Epoque Fashion Images by Freres Neurdein (ca. 1910s)

The brothers Neurdein, Etienne and Louis, had a studio in Paris from 1863 until just before the outbreak of WWI. Etienne Neurdein stayed primarily in Paris, producing local projects, portraits in the studio, and photographing art entries at the Salon de Paris from which many lovely postcards were produced, while his brother Louis traveled widely, spending much of his time in Algeria. Silhouettes Parisiennes was probably produced by Etienne Neurdein.

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Silhouettes Parisiennes by Freres Neurdein, circa 1910s via

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Silhouettes Parisiennes by Freres Neurdein, circa 1910s via

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Silhouettes Parisiennes by Freres Neurdein, circa 1910s via

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Silhouettes Parisiennes by Freres Neurdein, circa 1910s via

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Silhouettes Parisiennes by Freres Neurdein, circa 1910s via

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