Around 1940. In original paper with spiral binding. 4 p. and 3 p.
Born into a wealthy middle-class family, Marian Reismann received an excellent education. Following the example of her brother János, an internationally renowned photographer, she studied photography at the Staatslehranstalt für Lichtbildwesen in Munich (1929-1931), then worked as a photographer at URF Werbe Kollektive in Berlin. Back in Budapest, she obtained her master's degree and in 1934 opened her portrait studio, Fotó Marian. His dance and children's scenes, his portraits of writers, musicians and actors soon brought him such notoriety that students flocked to him. She began a collaboration, which continued for several decades, with pediatrician and psychologist Emmi Pikler, which explored new avenues in education and therapy for children.