French (1831 – 1906?)
Emonds arrived in Paris in April 1869. An official photographer of Paris, like Marville, Emonds documented the changing city during the Haussmannian transformation up to the end of the century. Although little known, his early images of Paris are remarkable in their stylistic sensitivity and documentary value. His studio was located at 9, Rue du Four, Saint Germain. The earliest recorded date of his images is 1865 (Arc de Triomphe) and the last is 1904 (suburbs, Paris). He also photographed objects from the collection of the musée Carnavalet, circa 1875.