Bisson Frères  - Matterhorn, 1862

Bisson Freres/ Louis-Auguste Bisson and Auguste-Rosalie Bisson

France 1814 - 1874

Photography

Bisson Freres
Louis-Auguste Bisson and Auguste-Rosalie Bisson
Male
France
1814

Louis-Auguste Bisson and Auguste-Rosalie Bisson, known as Bisson Freres (Bisson Brothers), were the 19th-century French photographers. Louis-Auguste opened a photographic studio in 1841, and soon after his brother entered into the partnership with him. They were the first people ever who took pictures from the summit of Mont Blanc.

Featured image: Bisson Frères – Matterhorn, 1862