• La fotografía militar en la guerra de África: Enrique Facio

    Author(s):
    Juan Antonio Fernandez Rivero (see profile)
    Date:
    2011
    Group(s):
    Digital Humanists, History, History of Art, History of Illustration and Illustration Studies
    Subject(s):
    Photojournalism, Photography, Photography, Stereoscopic
    Item Type:
    Book chapter
    Tag(s):
    History of photography, Spain-History of photography, Spanish-Africa war- Photographs, Enrique Facio
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/qwbj-xy65
    Abstract:
    The first time that there is historical steadfastness of the presence of a photographer in a warlike conflict, as graphic correspondent is in the war of Crimea, in 1854-55. In the successive conflicts armed with importance that happen from this date, 1859 and 1860, with the reunification of Italy and other episodes in the British empire, the photo will be present. In Spain the first corresponding war photographer will be the person from Malaga Enrique Fazio, who embarks towards the called “War of Africa” in 1859 of the hand of writer Pedro Antonio de Alarcón, the main literary "witness" of this war, that would give birth to a succession of interventions and conflicts of Spain in the north of Africa that would end up by having a decisive influence in the history of Spain.
    Notes:
    Spanish abstract: En España el primer fotógrafo corresponsal de guerra será el malagueño Enrique Fazio, que embarca hacia la llamada “Guerra de África” en 1859 de la mano del escritor Pedro Antonio de Alarcón.
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