Anaglyphes > Fontainebleau
Fontainebleau en Relief par les Anaglyphes is a book of stereoscopic images published in 1937 by the Parisian firm Kauffmann et Cie, as part of its "Les Éditions en Anaglyphes" series. All the titles in this series are meant to be read while wearing 3D glasses, in order to make the images pop off the page. This particular title in the series is devoted to the chateau at Fontainebleau, and contains seventeen interior and exterior shots of the building. A pair of glasses made from cardstock and plastic accompanies each book in the series, tucked into a sleeve inside the front cover. Another title in this series is Istanbul: Kabartma Fotograflarla.