29 fotos inacreditáveis da Rússia antes da revolução de 1917

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Me pergunto o que aconteceu com o fotografo…

Muito interessante essas imagens! Dá um certo ar de melancolia.

“Quando a revolução socialista aconteceu, porém, o projeto chegou ao fim. Com a morte do Czar, Serguei mudou-se para a França, onde veio a falecer anos depois, em 1944.”

Gostei! Bela postagem!

Com isso eu quis perguntar ‘‘Ele morreu do que e como?’’

“In 1920, Prokudin-Gorsky remarried and had a daughter with his assistant Maria Fedorovna née Schedrimo. The family finally settled in Paris in 1922, reuniting with his first wife and children.[4] Prokudin-Gorsky set up a photo studio there together with his three adult children, naming it after his fourth child, Elka. In the 1930s, the elderly Prokudin-Gorsky continued with lectures showing his photographs of Russia to young Russians in France, but stopped commercial work and left the studio to his children, who named it Gorsky Frères. He died in Paris on September 27, 1944, a month after the Liberation of Paris. He is buried in the Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois Russian Cemetery.[3]”

Aparentemente, de velhice mesmo…