Seaside Resort and Immediate Surroundings of Candi Panataran on Java, Indonesia, Isidore van Kinsbergen, 1867
In 1851 Van Kinsbergen moved from Antwerp to Jakarta (then Batavia). He was a flamboyant figure amidst staid Dutch businessmen and government officials. He worked there as a lithographer, decor painter, and playwright. He also had a flair for photography. For the Batavian Society he shot an impressive series of the remains of ancient monuments on Java, including this 12th-century Hindu temple.