Given a Riemann surface $S$, e.g. $\mathbb{P}^1(\mathbb{C})$, with complex conjugation on the coordinates and a holomorphic vector bundle $E$ over $S$.

The complex conjugation $f$ is not holomorphic, but $C^{\infty}$. So we can look at $f^*E$ as a smooth real vector bundle. Since $f$ is an involution $E$ and $f^*E$ are isomorphic as smooth real bundles (this is most likely wrong). But somehow there should be more structure on $f^*E$. I mean $f$ is antiholomorphic, that should be useful somehow.

Is there a way to define a (canonical?) complex structure on $f^{*}E$, such that for any point $p$ we have an antilinear isomorphism $E_{p} \rightarrow f^{*}E_{p}=E_{\overline{p}}$?

I think we don't get a linear iso, since the complex conjugation itself is only antilinear.

guessthe questioner means "smoothrealbundles" but it would be useful to have this confirmed. – Andrew Stacey Mar 9 '10 at 22:25