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Реальный 19 век. Правда быта - Королева всех доказательств. 7/3. Фотографии 1855 года.






Platt D. Babbitt
Tourists Viewing Niagara Falls from Prospect Point
1855

Daguerreotype
10.70 x 13.90 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland (Accession no. PGP R 14), Gift of Mrs. Riddell in memory of Peter Fletcher Riddell 1985


LL/6821



Robert Burrows (1810-1883)
Nature morte
1855

Albumen print
15,7 x 11,7 cm (6 1/8 x 4 5/8 ins)

Sotheby's - Paris
Photographies , 29 May 2013, Auction: PF1310, Lot: 49


LL/50898


Roger Fenton
Algerian Zouaves and French officers
1855

Albumen print
5.5 x 8.2 in (142 x 207 mm)

Paul Frecker

LL/12060

This lightly albuminized print shows Algerian Zouaves and French officers during the Crimean War. A pencilled inscription in an unknown hand on the reverse of the mount reads Tirailleurs algeriens / Crimée 1855.





Roger Fenton
Railway Sheds and Workshops, Balaklava
1855

Salt print
8 x 10 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (P1413)


LL/14126


Roger Fenton
Kadikoi from Camp of Horse Artillery
1855

Salt print
10 x 14 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (P1423)


LL/14127





Roger Fenton
General Bousquet's Quarters
1855

Salt print
6 x 10 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (P1434)


LL/14128



Roger Fenton
Mamelon and Malakoff from the Mortar Battery
1855

Salt print
9 x 14 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (P1438)



Roger Fenton
Sebastopol from Cathcart's Hill
1855

Salt print
9 x 14 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (P1441)

LL/14130


Roger Fenton
Valley of the Shadow of Death
1855

Salt print
Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin

LL/23469

This photograph has been the subject of analysis by the documentary filmmaker Errol Morris.

Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg? (Part one) (New York Times, September 25, 2007)
Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg? (Part two) (New York Times, October 4, 2007)



Roger Fenton
Officers of the 89th Regt. at Cathcart's Hill
1855

Salt print from a wet collodion glass negative
16,3 x 19,7 cm

Bassenge Photography Auctions
Courtesy of Bassenge, Berlin (Photography, Sale: 90, Lot: 4052, Dec 5, 2007)


LL/25220
Flush-mounted to original album page (foxing, some traces of use), title and publisher's letterpress below the image on the mount.

This print is from one of the original sets of photographs of the Crimean War by Roger Fenton which were published by Thomas Agnew & Sons on a weekly basis from November 1855 - April 1856.



Roger Fenton
Landing Place, Ordnance Wharf, Balaklava
1855

Salted paper print from wet collodion on glass negative, Mounted on paper
Rijksmuseum
Copyright © Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (RP-F-1995-7)


LL/25784

Roger Fenton [photographer] & Thomas Agnew & Sons [publisher] & Moulin [publisher] & Williams & Co. [publisher] & P & D. Colnaghi & Co. [publisher]

View of the landing place and ordnance wharf at Balaklava harbour during the Crimean War.


Roger Fenton
Maréchal Pélissier
1855

Salted paper print from wet collodion on glass negative, Mounted on paper
Rijksmuseum
Copyright © Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (RP-F-F80055)


LL/25785

Roger Fenton [photographer] & Thomas Agnew & Sons [publisher] & Moulin [publisher] & Williams & Co. [publisher] & P & D. Colnaghi & Co. [publisher]

Portrait of Marshall Pélissier, the French commander-in-chief during the Crimean War.


Roger Fenton
Lieut. Genl. Sir Harry Jones, K.C.B.
1855

Salted paper print from wet collodion on glass negative, Mounted on paper
Rijksmuseum
Copyright © Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (RP-F-F80057)


LL/25786

Roger Fenton [photographer] & Thomas Agnew & Sons [publisher] & Moulin [publisher] & Williams & Co. [publisher] & P & D. Colnaghi & Co. [publisher]

Portrait of Lieutenant General Sir Harry Jones, K.C.B. in the Military Camp of the British Army during the Crimean War.



Roger Fenton
Colonel Doherty, officers and men of the 13th Light Dragoons, British Army, Crimea
1855

Salted paper print
17 x 22.3 cm

Creative Commons - Wikipedia
United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs Division under the digital ID cph.3g09230


LL/33102

Group of men of the 13th Light Dragoons, including Colonel Doherty, Cornet Danzil Chamberlayne, Captain Jenyns, and veterinary-surgeon Thomas Towers, one man seated on ground with dog; tents and huts in the background.



Roger Fenton
Le maréchal Bosquet (Crimée).1855
1855

Photographic print
17.4 x 11.8 cm

Musée Condé
© direction des musées de France, © musée Condé, 1999, Inventory No: PH No 548, Joconde: 00000104426


LL/33775

Album de la reine Marie-Amélie, No 66





Roger Fenton
Lt. Gen.l Sir George Brown, G.C.B.
1855

Salted paper print
17.5 x 13.6 cm

George Eastman House
Record Id: 1981:1234:0005


LL/35650



Roger Fenton
Cooking house, 8th Hussars
1855

Salted paper print
16 x 21 cm

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
LC-USZC4-9344


LL/36820

Soldiers standing and sitting around cooking pots as a cook ladels food into a bowl; in the background stands a woman and on the left is the side of Fenton's photographic van.




Roger Fenton
The Princess Royal and Princess Alice
1855

Albumen print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society, Ref number: 2003-5001/2/20106


LL/41695




Roger Fenton
Officers of the 4th Light Dragoons
1855 (taken) 1856 (published)

Salt paper print
6 7/16 x 6 1/8 ins

LACMA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Gift of the Sid and Diana Avery Trust (M.91.39.21)


LL/45714






Roger Fenton
Admiral Lord Lyons, Taken in the Crimea
1855

Thinly albumenized print, from a collodion wet plate negative
11.8 x 9.6 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Gift of Mrs. Everett Kovler, 1967.312


LL/45842


Roger Fenton
Archibald Gordon (1812-1886), Principal Medical Officer at the Crimea; Taken at the Crimea
1855

Thinly albumenized print, from a collodion wet plate negative
18.5 x 16.6 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Gift of Mrs. Everett Kovler, 1967.309


LL/45843




Roger Fenton
Camp of the 4th Dragoon Guards, convivial party, French & English
1855 (taken)

Salt print
16.7 x 16.8 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Hugh Edwards Photography Purchase Fund, 1969.452


LL/45844

Bound in "Photographs Taken in the Crimea," (Published March 25, 1856)





Roger Fenton
Captain Verschoyle, Grenadier guards (an early photographer), taken at the Crimea
1855

Thinly albumenized print, from a collodion wet plate negative
17.4 x 12.9 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Gift of Mrs. Everett Kovler, 1967.322


LL/45845



Roger Fenton
Charles Hind, General
1855

Thinly albumenized print, from a collodion wet plate negative
11 x 9.5 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Photography Gallery Fund, 1959.611.20


LL/45846




Roger Fenton
Colonel Simmons, attaché to Omar Pacha, The Crimea
1855

Thinly albumenized print, from a collodion wet plate negative
27.2 x 22.4 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Gift of Mrs. Everett Kovler, 1967.308


LL/45847

Roger Fenton
Group of Croat Chiefs
1855 (taken)

Salt print
20.1 x 16.6 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Hugh Edwards Photography Purchase Fund, 1969.428


LL/45848

Bound in "Photographs Taken in the Crimea," 1856.




Roger Fenton
Hardships in the Camp
1855 (taken)

Salt print
18.5 x 17 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Hugh Edwards Photography Purchase Fund, 1969.466


LL/45849

Bound in "Photographs Taken in the Crimea," 1856.





Roger Fenton
L'Entente Cordiale
1855 (taken)

Salt print
15.9 x 16.7 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Hugh Edwards Photography Purchase Fund, 1969.448


LL/45850

Bound in "Photographs Taken in the Crimea," 1856



Roger Fenton
Lieutenant Colonel Shadforth and Officers of the 57th
1855 (taken)

Salt print
16.1 x 19.2 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Hugh Edwards Photography Purchase Fund, 1969.472


LL/45851

Bound in "Photographs Taken in the Crimea," 1856.





Roger Fenton
Lieutenant General Sir Colin Campbell, G.C.B.
1855

Salt print
22.1 x 17.8 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Hugh Edwards Photography Purchase Fund, 1969.446


LL/45853

Bound in "Photographs Taken in the Crimea," 1856.





Roger Fenton
Lieutenant General Sir de Lacy Evans, G.C.B.
1855

Salt print
19.7 x 16 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Hugh Edwards Photography Purchase Fund, 1969.437


LL/45854

Bound in "Photographs Taken in the Crimea," 1856.





Roger Fenton
Lieutenant General Sir H.J.W. Bentinck, K.C.B.
1855

Salt print
19.9 x 15.9 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Hugh Edwards Photography Purchase Fund, 1969.461


LL/45855

Bound in "Photographs Taken in the Crimea," 1856.




Roger Fenton
Mortar Batteries in front of Picquet House, Light Division
1855

Salt print
22.6 x 34.8 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Photography Gallery Fund, 1959.611.18


LL/45856



Roger Fenton
Robert Brownrigg, taken at the Crimea
1855

Thinly albumenized print, from a collodion wet plate negative
17.2 x 13 cm (rounded top corners)

Art Institute of Chicago
Gift of Mrs. Everett Kovler, 1967.324


LL/45857



Roger Fenton
The Ordnance Wharf, Balaklava
1855

Salt print
20.8 x 24.8 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Photography Gallery Fund, 1959.611.29


LL/45859

Published November 19, 1855.




Roger Fenton
Cossack Bay, Balaklava
1855

Salted paper print
28.2 x 36 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Photography Gallery Fund, 1959.611.16


LL/45870

Published January 1, 1856.



Roger Fenton
Colonel Wood & Major Stuart Wortley on the staff of Sir Richard England
1855

Salted paper print
14 x 17 cm

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
Reproduction Number: LC-USZC4-9253 (color film copy transparency)


LL/45981

Officers on the staff of Lieu.t Gen.l Sir Richard England - Colonel Wood [left], Major Stuart Wortley [center] and Colonel the Hon. F. Colborne [right].





Roger Fenton
Major Gen.l Sir George Buller, K.C.B.
1855 (taken) 1856 (print)

Salted paper print
16 x 16 cm

George Eastman House
Museum Purchase; ex-collection of Alden Scott Boyer


LL/50380




Roger Fenton
Self-Portrait in Zouave Uniform
1855

Albumen silver print
17.3 x 15.2 cm (6 13/16 x 6 in)

J. Paul Getty Museum
Object number: 84.XM.1028.17


LL/50654



Roger Fenton
Ismail Pasha & Attendants
1855

Albumen print
18.4 x 15.6 cm

Leonard Joel
Sale LJ5801, Lot 120


LL/52374






Roger Fenton
Officers on the lookout at Cathcart’s Hill, Crimea
1855

Salt print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society Collection © National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL. Creative Commons BY-NC-SA


LL/53600




Roger Fenton
The Genoese Castle
1855

Salt print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society Collection © National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL. Creative Commons BY-NC-SA


LL/53601



Roger Fenton
The Railway Yard, Balaklava, Crimea
1855

Salt print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society Collection © National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL. Creative Commons BY-NC-SA


LL/53602



Roger Fenton
Captain Graham and Captain MacLeod, 42nd Regiment
1855

Salted paper print, from collodion negative
7 1/8 × 6 3/8 in (18.1 × 16.2 cm)

National Gallery of Art

LL/54889



Roger Fenton
Omar Pacha
1855

Salted paper print, from collodion glass negative
6 15/16 × 4 7/8 in (17.6 × 12.4 cm)

National Gallery of Art

LL/54890



Roger Fenton
Lieutenant General Sir Colin Campbell, G.C.B.
1855

Salted paper print, from collodion glass negative
8 5/8 × 6 15/16 in (21.9 × 17.6 cm)

National Gallery of Art

LL/54891






Roger Fenton
Captain Mottram Andrews, 28th Regiment (1st Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot
1855

Salt print
Wilson Center for Photography (WCP)

LL/56737





Roger Fenton
Plains of Balaklava
1855

Salted paper print
16.8 x 24.0 cm

George Eastman House
1981:1238:0001


LL/57164





Roger Fenton
General Sir George Brown and Staff
[Incidents of Camp Life, Photographed in the Crimea during the Spring and Summer of 1855]
1855

Salt print

LL/6258

At the battle of Alma he had a horse shot under him and he was wounded at Inkerman.

Fenton (Roger) Incidents of Camp Life, Photographed in the Crimea during the Spring and Summer of 1855, mounted on the original thin card sheet with engraved title, credits and publication date.




Roger Fenton
Valley of the Shadow of Death
1855

Salt print
10 7/8 x 13 3/4

J. Paul Getty Museum
The J. Paul Getty Trust (84.XM.504.23)


LL/7333

This photograph has been the subject of analysis by the documentary filmmaker Errol Morris.

Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg? (Part one) (New York Times, September 25, 2007)
Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg? (Part two) (New York Times, October 4, 2007)

The Getty Museum (Los Angeles) provides the following caption information:

...in coming to a ravine called the valley of death, the sight passed all imagination: round shot and shell lay like a stream at the bottom of the hollow all the way down, you could not walk without treading upon them... (Roger Fenton)

Fenton's most famous photograph is also one of the most well-known images of war. Across a desolate and featureless landscape, not a single figure can be found. The landscape is inhabited only by cannonballs-so plentiful that they first appear to be rocks-that stand in for the human casualties on the battlefield. The sense of emptiness and unease is heightened by the visual uncertainty created by the changing scale of the road and the sloping sides of the ravine.

Borrowing from the Twenty-third Psalm of the Bible, the Valley of Death was named by British soldiers who came under constant shelling there. Fenton traveled to the dangerous ravine twice, and on his second visit he made two exposures. Fenton wrote that he had intended to move in closer at the site. But danger forced him to retreat back up the road, where he created this image.

On a commissioned assignment, Fenton traveled in 1853 to the Crimean peninsula on the Black Sea, where England, France, and Turkey were fighting a war against Russia. To avoid offending Victorian sensibilities, Fenton refrained from photographing the dead and wounded. His more than three hundred images of encampments, battle sites, and portraits of all miltary ranks, became the first extensive photo-documentation of any war. When exhibited in England, Fenton's photographs of the Crimean War established his reputation.





Roger Fenton
The artist's van [The photographic van with Sparling on the box]
1855

Salt paper print
17.5 x 16.5 cm

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
LC-USZC4-9240 - PH - Fenton (R.), no. 122 (A size) [P&P]


LL/8175


Roger Fenton
William H. Russell, Esqr., the Times special correspondent
1855

Salt paper print
20 x 17 cm

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
LC-USZC4-9183 - PH - Fenton (R.), no. 67 (A size) [P&P]

LL/8176






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