Anton Schädler, Photograph, cdv, #Sarajevo, Ethno-Studio, drei Männer, Bosniaken, am Boden sitzend, Pfeife rauchend, um 1880

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“PHOTOGRAPHIE VON A. SCHÄDLER, SARAJEVO”
“Vervielfältigung vorbehalten”

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Schädler, Anton (*???? – 1912 Sarjevo)

[Objects]

Anton Schädler was a photographer who worked for the Viennese

“C. Angerer & Göschl”

art institute.

He opened the first photographic studio in Sarajevo towards the end of 1878, soon after he had come to Bosnia with the army.

His first photograph dates from 1879.


From 1879 until 1881 his studio was located in Obala Street (Appel Quai) and he used to print

“Fotografisches Atelier des Schädler & Abt. in Sarajewo”

on his photographs, which he changed to

“Fotografisches Atelier des Anton Schädler”

from 1881 until 1890.

In 1888 Crown Prince Rudolph awarded him the “Goldene Busennadel in Brillanten und Anerkennung”, which he from then on also wrote on the back of his photographs.

As of 1890 his new and lushly furnished studio was in Ćumurija Street.

He also published his photographs in magazines such as Nada.

In 1909 he was the cashier of the Health and Support Association (Kranken- und Unterstützungsverein) in Sarajevo.

He died in 1912.

Marušic, Nikola (2002): Istorija fotografije u Bosni I Hercegovini do 1918. History of Photography in Bosnia and Herzegovina to 1918. Tuzla: Hercegtisak, 45-51.

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Object: Studio portrait of a man in shabby clothes
Description: A full-length shot of a man wearing threadbare clothes as he is carrying a sack on his shoulders. Plain background.
Comment: Most probably produced for commercial use with a payed model.
Date: Not before 1879, Not after 1888
Location: Sarajevo
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Type: Photograph
Creator: Schädler, Anton, (Photographer)
Dimensions: Artefact: 106mm x 64mm
Image: 84mm x 58mm
Format: Carte de visite
Technique: Not specified
Keywords: 290 Clothing
560 Social Stratification
730 Social Problems > 735 Poverty
Copyright: Österreichisches Museum für Volkskunde
Archive: The Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art, Inv. No.: ÖMV/pos/717
License: This picture is licensed under Creative Commons [CC BY-NC-ND 3.0]
Editor: Barbara Derler
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Sarajevo
Bosnien und Herzegowina

https://www.google.at/maps/place/Sarajevo,+Bosnien+und+Herzegowina/@43.8937233,18.3829915,11z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x4758cbb1ed719bd1:0x562ecda6de87b33e

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarajevo

Etymology

The earliest known name for the large central Bosnian region of today’s Sarajevo is Vrhbosna.[3]

Sarajevo is a slavicized word based on saray, the Turkish word for palace.[27]

The letter Y does not exist in the Bosnian language, so it has been changed to J which does exist, with the same pronunciation as Y.

The evo portion may come from the term saray ovası first recorded in 1455,[28] meaning „the plains around the palace“ or simply „palace plains“.[29]

However, in his Dictionary of Turkish loanwords, Abdulah Škaljić maintains that the „evo“ ending is more likely to have come from the widespread Slavic suffix „evo“ used to indicate place names, than from the Turkish ending „ova“, as proposed by some.[30]

The first mention of name Sarajevo was in 1507 letter written by Feriz Beg.[31]

Sarajevo has had many nicknames.

The earliest is Šeher, which is the term Isa-Beg Ishaković used to describe the town he was going to build. It is a Turkish word meaning an advanced city of key importance (şehir) which in turn comes from Persian: شهر‎ shahr (city).

As Sarajevo developed, numerous nicknames came from comparisons to other cities in the Islamic world, i.e. „Damascus of the North“.

The most popular of these was „European Jerusalem“.

Some argue that a more correct translation of saray is government office or house. Saray is a common word in Turkish for a palace or mansion (from Persian word سرای sarāy, means „house, palace“).

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarajevo

Sarajevo

(serbisch-kyrillisch Сарајево;
dt. auch Sarajewo,
türkisch: Saraybosna)

ist Hauptstadt und Regierungssitz von Bosnien und Herzegowina, der Föderation Bosnien und Herzegowina (Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine/FBiH) und des Kantons Sarajevo.
Die Stadt hat in ihren vier Gemeinden Stari Grad (Altstadt), Centar (Zentrum), Novi Grad (Neustadt) und Novo Sarajevo (Neu-Sarajevo) 291.422 Einwohner. In der Agglomeration Sarajevo leben etwa 515.000 und in der Metropolregion Sarajevo 608.354 Einwohner (Zensus 2013).[1] Aufgrund der Einwohnerzahl sowie der wirtschaftlichen und politischen Bedeutung ist Sarajevo die einzige bosnische Metropole[2] und die wichtigste Stadt des Landes. Der Südostteil Sarajevos gehört administrativ zur Stadt Istočno Sarajevo in der Republika Srpska.
Sarajevo wurde durch drei Ereignisse weltweit bekannt: durch das Attentat von Sarajevo am 28. Juni 1914, durch die Olympischen Winterspiele 1984 und durch die Belagerung durch Truppen der Vojska Republike Srpske während des Bosnienkrieges 1992 bis 1995.

Sarajevo Historic View

English: View on Sarajevo, approx. 1900.
Deutsch: Stadtansicht von Sarajevo um 1900.

Sarajevo Total View 1

Bosanski: Sarajevo iz istoka, 2012.
Deutsch: Blick von Osten auf Sarajevo, 2012.
English: View on Sarajevo from the east, 2012.
Hornjoserbsce: Napohlad Sarajewa z wuchoda, 2012.

Mag. Ingrid Moschik,
Staatsmündelkünstlerin

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