Antoine Fauchery

Antoine Fauchery (1823–1861) was a French adventurer, writer and photographer with republican sympathies. He participated in the national uprising in Poland in 1848 (Greater Poland Uprising), opened a photographic studio in Melbourne, Australia in 1858, and was commissioned to accompany the French forces as they progressed to Beijing during the last stage of the Second Opium War in 1860.
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Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians Women tattood [i.e. tattooed] to show they have borne children. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians Women tattooed to show they have borne children.

Group of Aboriginal men, women and children, standing in front of slab hut ca. 1857-1859. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

Group of Aboriginal men, women and children, standing in front of slab hut ca. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

Young Aboriginal girl not tattood i.e. tattooed [ca. 1858]. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

Young Aboriginal girl not tattood i. tattooed [ca. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

Portrait of a child [ca. 1858]. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

Portrait of a child [ca. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians Aboriginals' farm near Mount Franklin. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

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Washing out a good prospect, photograph by Antoine Fauchery, 1858

A group of miners stand proudly in front of their claim.This image is part of the first photographic…

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Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians Aboriginal woman and child

this image was taken by antoine fauchery and richard daintree

Group of Aboriginal women and children, sitting in a bushland setting - Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians - Culture Victoria

Group of Aboriginal tribesmen, probably from Cippsland, 1858 (photographer- Antoine Fauchery)

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