In 1859 he wrote Lulve's book Twelve Views of the Sixth Trade Exhibition in Hanover , which was published through Victor Lohse's court bookshop . It had the initials of King Ernst August I of Hanover on the envelope and contained twelve salt prints with interior photos of the last trade exhibition in the Kingdom of Hanover .
Lulves was first listed as a photographer in the address book of the city of Hanover in 1860 . In 1863 he became court photographer for the Hanover royal family . What has not been researched is how Lulves “earned the right to this title”. It is precisely this title and the associated early recordings of the royal family that make Lulves so important: “George V was blind and was therefore not reached by the charms of the new visual medium, which is why there are hardly any recordings of him and the royal family. Reproductions based on painted images of rulers were distributed [for presentation to the people], but recordings "after life are extremely rare". "Only" after the loss of the throne after 1866 "did George V use" from exile in Austria " all the more eager for photography, "[...] to keep alive the thought of an early return of the ruling house and a restoration of the old conditions". In exile in Gmunden , however, other renowned photographers came into play, such as the "kuk court photographer" Carl Jagerspacher .
Around 1865 Lulves had his studio at Nicolaistraße 5, "next to the Odeon ."
- Album from 1813 , in memory of the Wars of Liberation a collection of 16 portraits of famous men of the time, 1863
- Twelve views of the sixth trade exhibition in Hanover . Photographs by Eugen Lulves. Court. Victor Lohse's bookstore in Hanover , bound, 1859
- For the general assembly of the German Railway Association in Hanover on August 9, 10 and 11, 1864 , Lulves published an album with 10 mounted original prints (albumen prints) 8 cm × 6.5 cm, Duodez 14.6 cm × 11, 7 cm (on boards). A lithographic folding plan was loosely enclosed with the album. The house of Jänecke printed the 37-page color-lithographically illustrated cardboard volume
"One of the few early photographs of George V with family" as only a painting otherwise Friedrich Kaulbach became known
“Königshütter Kunst-Glas-Waaren” at the 6th trade exhibition in Hanover
- Man with violin by E. Lulves Hof-Phot. University of Frankfurt
- Christ Church (Hanover) : Aufgebots- und Marriage book . 1859-1866. No. 1b, 1862.
- see surcharge and images at Galerie Bassenge ; Archived copy ( memento of the original dated November 18, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Note: The photos come from the sixth trade exhibition, held in 1859; Source: Ludwig Hoerner, Waldemar R. Röhrbein: Commercial exhibitions. In: Klaus Mlynek, Waldemar R. Röhrbein (eds.) U. a .: City Lexicon Hanover . From the beginning to the present. Schlütersche, Hannover 2009, ISBN 978-3-89993-662-9 , p. 219.
- Ludwig Hoerner Hannover in early photographs 1848–1910 , with a contribution by Rudolf Zankl, Schirmer-Mosel, Munich 1979, ISBN 3-921375-44-4 , p. 39
- Ludwig Hoerner: Hanover in early ... (see literature), p. 54f.
- see for example the back of this photo reproduction on a postcard: and other photos at Commons
- Ludwig Hoerner Hannover in early photographs 1848–1910 , with a contribution by Rudolf Zankl, Schirmer-Mosel, Munich 1979, ISBN 3-921375-44-4 , p. 58
- see back of this CDV: or here at Commons
- buchauktion-berlin.de ( page no longer available , search in web archives ) Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Digitized from Google books
- Historical Museum on the High Bank, Hanover. Paul Heine Collection.
- see for example the picture on this postcard:
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Lulwes, Eugene|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 3, 1832|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Mulhouse|
|DATE OF DEATH||after 1865|