Permanent Exhibition

“Frederico Bonacho dos Anjos, a benefactor of his land, an important farmer and cattle raiser, a renowned photographer and amateur bullfighting rider, and a friend and disciple of Carlos Relvas.

(1877 – 1947)

He dedicated part of his life to the study and development of the technique of photography and bromide development.

Member of the Lisbon Guild of Photography, of the French Society of Photography. He participated in the Paris Salon (1930, 1931, 1933, 1934 and 1937), the Chicago Exhibition (1932), Madrid Exhibition (1932), Lucerne Exhibition (1934) and the exhibition of the National Society of Fine Arts of Lisbon (1931- 1st Prize).

A person of great sensitivity and affection for others, the main theme of his photos was the toils of the field, the workers, and the beggars who passed by the farm begging for alms or food.