Johannes Jaeger (1832-1908) came from Germany to Sweden 1858 and to Stockholm 1863. He was the painter who became a successful photographer in Stockholm. Jaeger had about thirty employees at  Drottninggatan 5 and the elegant studio at  Fredsgatan 13. The royal house often engaged  Jaeger. Besides portraits he or his employees photographed  views, urban landscapes and also in stereo. In the 60´s he worked with pictures with dubbelgangers and in the 80´s with a person in three different angels on the same picture. His panorama pictures so called cyklorama became popular.
This view over Stockholm is probably from the 1870´s. Size: 182x300 mm. Reference: Harald Althin, Epoken Jaeger slut.
Johannes Jaeger cdv from 1863. His studio: Malmtorgsgatan 8 Stockholm. He moved in the autumn of 1863 to Regeringsgatan 11. Statue:
Gustaf II Adolf by Pierre H L´Archeveque.