from ‘surveying the alps’ by jeffrey karstner
cabinet magazine - ‘mountains’ issue 27, fall 2007, p. 88:

a view of the matterhorn from the st. niklaus valley, drawn by hans conrad escher, 14 august 1806

(206 years on, today. thanks to filipa ramos for spotting this…)

from ‘surveying the alps’ by jeffrey karstner

cabinet magazine - ‘mountains’ issue 27, fall 2007, p. 88:

a view of the matterhorn from the st. niklaus valley, drawn by hans conrad escher, 14 august 1806

(206 years on, today. thanks to filipa ramos for spotting this…)

from ‘surveying the alps’ by jeffrey karstner
cabinet magazine - ‘mountains’ issue 27, fall 2007, p. 88:

a view of the matterhorn from the st. niklaus valley, drawn by hans conrad escher, 14 august 1806

(206 years on, today. thanks to filipa ramos for spotting this…)

from ‘surveying the alps’ by jeffrey karstner

cabinet magazine - ‘mountains’ issue 27, fall 2007, p. 88:

a view of the matterhorn from the st. niklaus valley, drawn by hans conrad escher, 14 august 1806

(206 years on, today. thanks to filipa ramos for spotting this…)

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UNTITLED is a thematic blog of obsessions (or more professionally said, investigations) into a particular topic, either visual, textual or aural. topics will vary in time but only after thorough research and long-term commitment. (investigation is a serious business, i would never waste my and your time with superficial info. almost.) we kick off with mountains. feel free to share this journey; it’s a mix bag of fun, thoughts and cross-disciplinary communication. most of the material is appropriated from press, broadcast or online sources, some is mine. if I have the source, I’ll tell you, or link. if not, either because i kept the cut-out or clip for too many years, forgot to copy the author’s name, or simply couldn’t find out, i'll leave it blank. if it’s yours, do drop me a line. nothing is immortal anyway. enjoy, alfredo :)

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