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Реальный 19 век. Правда быта - Королева всех доказательств. 11. Фотографии 1859 года.



A. Polman & J. Hohmann
Portrait of Prince Willem of the Netherlands (1840-1879)
1859


Photograph, painted
Koninklijk Huis Archief Den Haag
Copyright © Koninklijk Huis Archief Den Haag (A_XIV_1054_2)


LL/25776





Alexander Klinder & Alexander Eichenwald
View of Mariinskaya Square [St. Petersburg, Russia]
1859

Albumen print
29 x 39 cm (image) 44.4 x 57.5 cm (mount)

Hermitage Museum
Inventory Number: ЭРФТ-293


LL/56518




André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
Pauline Viardot-Garcia in Orphée
1859

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/13458

Pauline Viardot-Garcia (1821-1910), French soprano

Mezzo-soprano Pauline Garcia was born in Paris on 18 July 1821, to a Spanish family of musicians. Originally trained as a pianist, her father, Manuel Garcia, also gave her singing lessons, although her elder sister Maria Malibran was the singer of the family until her untimely death in 1836.

In 1837, at the age of sixteen, Pauline Garcia gave her first concert performance in Brussels. Her opera début was made at Her Majesty's Theatre, London in May 1839, as Desdemona in Rossini's Otello. In 1849 she created FidÞs in Le ProphÞte and later, the title role in Gounod's Sapho.

In 1840, she married Louis Viardot, director of the Théatre Italien in Paris. Her husband later managed her career.

Renowned for her wide range and her dramatic roles on stage, Garcia's performances inspired several composers, including Frederic Chopin, Hector Berlioz and Camille Saint-SaÙns. Extremely intelligent, she spoke fluent French, Italian, Spanish, English, German and Russian, and composed songs in a variety of national techniques. Her career took her to all the best musical venues of Europe, and from 1843 to 1846 she was permanently attached to the Opera in St. Petersburg.

In 1863 Pauline Viardot-Garcia retired from the stage. Due to her husband's public opposition to Napoléon III, she and her family left France and settled in Baden-Baden. After the fall of the Second Empire, the family returned to France where Pauline taught at the Paris Conservatory. She died in Paris on 18 May 1910 and was buried in the cemetery at Montmartre.

She is seen here as she appeared in 1859 when she sang Orpheus at the ThéÔtre-Lyrique in the historic revival of Gluck's Orphée et Eurydice, in Berlioz's version, with Marie Sax as Eurydice. (Paul Frecker)





André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
Adelaide Ristori in Médée
1859

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/13471

The Italian actress Adelaide Ristori paid her first professional visit to Paris in 1855. Her début in the part of Francesca was rather coldly received, but she took the city by storm in the title role of Alfieri's Myrrha. Furious partisanship was aroused by the appearance of a rival to the great Rachel, and the very different acting styles of the two actresses. The fiery, Latin gesticulations of the Italian contrasted strongly with the controlled, restrained, introverted technique that Rachel had popularized since her début as a seventeen-year-old in 1838. Paris was divided into two camps, with playgoers fighting at gallery doors over the merits of their respective favourites.

The playwright Ernest Legouvé originally wrote Médée for Rachel, but when she broke her contract in order to nurse her dying sister, the part was offered to Ristori instead. When the play opened in Paris in 1856, it was a huge success, a triumph that was repeated when Ristori took the play to London. In 1857 she visited Madrid, playing in Spanish to enthusiastic audiences, and in 1866 she paid the first of four visits to the United States, where she proved equally popular, particularly in Giacometti's Elizabeth, an Italian study of the English sovereign. She finally retired from professional life in 1885, dying in Rome in 1906.

She is seen her as the sorceress Medea, who killed her own children to avenge herself on their father, Jason.




André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
Adelaide Ristori in Maria Stuarda
1859

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/13472

The Italian actress Adelaide Ristori is seen here as Mary, Queen of Scots, in André Maffei's translation of Schiller's Maria Stuarda, a role which she first played at the age of eighteen.





Bruno L. Hamel
An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition
1859

Title page
29.5 x24 x 2. 5 cm

Auckland War Memorial Museum
Album 80


LL/39179

Full title:

An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition conducted by Dr. Ferdinand Hochstetter, Geologist, of the Imperial Austrian Expedition, of the Province of Auckland, by Bruno L. Hamel, photographic artist, Auckland, New Zealand. 1859.

The album contains the following albumen prints:

1. Dr Ferdinand Hochstetter
2. Auckland [foreshore 1859]
3. Auckland [from Fort Britomart 1859]
4. Government House, Auckland
5a.Drury Hotel
5b.Waikato River, Rangariri
6. Rangariri [with raupo hut]
7a. Raupo Huts [with figures]
7b. Maori School, Taupiri [with children]
8. Reception of the Exploring Party [Europeans being hosted by Maori]
9. Mission Station, Otawhao [with groups of children]
10a. Takatahi Kawhia [includes homestead]
10b. Limestone Rocks, Kawhia
11. Limestone Rocks, Kawhia
12a. Tarawera
12b. Wairoa Settlement, Tarawera
13. Mission Station, Tarawera [Reverend S.M Spencer]
14. Maori School, Tarawera [children with their books]
15. Te Tarata, Rotomahana [white terrace]
16. Te Tarata [white terrace]
17. Te Tarata [white terrace]
18. Rotomahana
19. Otukupuarangi [pink terrace with raupo huts]
20. Waikiti, Whakarewarewa
21. Mutumutu Solfatara, Whakarewarewa
22. Ohinemutu [Maori settlement]
23. Papapatangi, Waiho Plains
24. Forest Scenery
25. Maori Monument at Rotorua [dressed]
26. View at Rotomahana
27. View at Rotomahana 28. Mission Station at Taupiri





Bruno L. Hamel
Dr. Ferdinand Hochstetter
[An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition]
1859

Albumen print
14.4 x 18 cm

Auckland War Memorial Museum
Album 80


LL/39180

Included in:

An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition conducted by Dr. Ferdinand Hochstetter, Geologist, of the Imperial Austrian Expedition, of the Province of Auckland, by Bruno L. Hamel, photographic artist, Auckland, New Zealand. 1859.


Bruno L. Hamel
Limestone Rocks: Rakau Nui, Kawhia
[An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition]
1859

Albumen print
21 x 15.5 cm

Auckland War Memorial Museum
Album 80


LL/39181

Included in:

An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition conducted by Dr. Ferdinand Hochstetter, Geologist, of the Imperial Austrian Expedition, of the Province of Auckland, by Bruno L. Hamel, photographic artist, Auckland, New Zealand. 1859.





Bruno L. Hamel
Maori Monument at Rotorua
[An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition]
1859

Albumen print
11.1 x 14 8 cm

Auckland War Memorial Museum
Album 80


LL/39182

Included in:

An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition conducted by Dr. Ferdinand Hochstetter, Geologist, of the Imperial Austrian Expedition, of the Province of Auckland, by Bruno L. Hamel, photographic artist, Auckland, New Zealand. 1859.





Bruno L. Hamel
Reception of the Exploring Party: by Takerei on the Waipa
[An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition]
1859

Albumen print
19.4 x 14.2 cm

Auckland War Memorial Museum
Album 80


LL/39183

Included in:

An Album of Photographic Views, Taken during the Government Scientific Exploring Expedition conducted by Dr. Ferdinand Hochstetter, Geologist, of the Imperial Austrian Expedition, of the Province of Auckland, by Bruno L. Hamel, photographic artist, Auckland, New Zealand. 1859.


Charles Thurston Thompson [Attributed to]
Work - Portrait of Thomas Carlyle
1859

Albumen print
18.5 x 31.2 cm

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Accession number: 1975P329


LL/45919

Curatorial notes © Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery



Although Brown met Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), the essayist was too busy to sit for 'Work' in person and instead posed for this photograph. It appears to have been taken in 1859 at 'Mr Thompson's Photographic Establishment'. Mr. Thompson is likely to have been the photographer Charles Thurston Thompson (1816-1868). Brown was deeply impressed with the works of Carlyle and several of them influenced his choice of subject matter. Carlyle's writings were known for their lively rhetoric which comes across in the letter he wrote to Brown agreeing to pose for the photograph:'I think it a pity you had not put (or should not still put) some other man than me in your Great Picture. It is certain you could hardly have found among the sons of Adam, at present, any individual who is less in a condition to help you forward with it ... I very well remember your amiable request, and the promise I made to you, to 'sit for some photographs.' That promise I will keep; and to that we must restrict ourselves, hand of Necessity compelling. Any afternoon I will attend here, at your studio, or where you appoint me, and give your man one hour to get what photographs he will or can of me. If here, the hour must be 3"pm (my usual hour of quitting work, or to speak justly, the chamber of work); if at any other place, attainable by horseback, it will be altogether equally convenient to me; and the hour may such as enables me to arrive (at a rate of 5 miles per hour we will say!)' (F. M. Hueffer, 'Ford Madox Brown: A Record of his Life and Work, p. 163) The National Portrait Gallery holds another photograph of Carlyle sitting in a chair, which was owned by the sculptor Thomas Woolner (1825-1892), a friend of the artist. It appears to have been taken in the same studio session as the sitter as the same clothes, props and backdrop can be seen in the photograph. It is a smaller portrait of Carlyle from the waist up, and is likely to have been taken as the sitter seems to have moved his head in the Birmingham photograph, producing a blurred effect which may not have contained enough detail for Brown to work from. The Birmingham photograph has pin holes in the corners suggesting that Brown tacked it up to use as a guide to Carlye's pose, which is the same as in the finished picture, but may have relied on the clearer half-length study for his likeness.


ЛЮСТРА!!!



Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: Recreation Hall
1859

Albumen silver print
21.4 x 16.4 cm

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32508


LL/39042




Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: Game of Quoits
1859

Albumen silver print
17 cm (diameter)

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32490


LL/39038





Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: General View with Coach
1859

Albumen silver print
36.8 x 43.4 cm (irregular)

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32498


LL/39039




ЧТО НА ПОТОЛКЕ?!


Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: Inauguration Ceremony
1859

Albumen silver print
16.4 x 14.5 cm

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32495


LL/39040




Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: Pavillon Gobelin
1859

Albumen silver print
19 x 16.1 cm

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32489


LL/39041







ЧТО НА СТЕНЕ?!

http://www.luminous-lint.com/app/image/168528026165390433765728831/

Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Doctor's Visit
1859

Albumen silver print
17 cm (diameter)

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32504


LL/39043




Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Gardens
1859

Albumen silver print
23.1 x 18 cm

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32492


LL/39044





Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Gardens
1859

Albumen silver print
19.1 x 16.6 cm

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32493


LL/39045





Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Inauguration
1859

Albumen silver print
32.3 x 43.2 cm (oval)

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32496


LL/39046




Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Kitchens
1859

Albumen silver print
17 cm (diameter)

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32500


LL/39047




Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Kitchens. Preparing the Plates
1859

Albumen silver print
23.3 x 22.1 cm (sheet) 23.3 x 19.8 cm (image)

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32502


LL/39048





Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Library
1859

Albumen silver print
20.4 x 17.1 cm

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32491


LL/39049





Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Linen Room
1859

Albumen silver print
22.3 x 18.9 cm

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32505


LL/39050



ЕЩЁ ЛЮСТРЫ!!! БЫЛО ЭЛЕКТРИЧЕСТВО!



Charles Nègre
Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Refectory
1859

Albumen silver print
24.5 x 18 cm (sheet, irregular) 23.3 x 16.6 cm (image)

National Gallery of Canada
Purchased 1968, no. 32506

http://www.luminous-lint.com/app/image/6995694926935390513418875044/




Charles Nègre
Spartan Soldier
1859

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
35.3 x 43.5 cm (13 7/8 x 17 1/8 ins)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Harriette and Noel Levine Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.52





Charles Nègre
The Tiber, Tuileries Garden, Paris
1859

Albumen print from wet collodion negative
36.50 x 44.60 cm (14 5/16 x 17 1/2 ins) (image)

Cleveland Museum of Art
Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund, Accession No.: 1994.201


LL/40880




Charles Nègre
The Seine and the Marne, Tuileries Gardens, Paris
1859

Albumen print from wet collodion negative
17 1/4 x 17 1/2

Charles Isaacs Photographs, Inc

LL/4191



Felice Beato
Gate of the Golden Temple at Amritsar
1859

Albumen print
260 x 300 mm

Bonhams - London
Courtesy of Bonhams, London (Sale 15313 - India and Beyond in Books and Photography, Lot 228 - 26 Oct 2007)


LL/24097


Francis Bedford
Miner's Bridge at Betws-y-Coed, North Wales
1859 (taken)

Albumen silver print, mounted
5.2 x 21.0 cm

Private collection of Steven Evans

LL/47369





Frederick Pickersgill (British, 1820–1900)
Sunshine and Shade
1859

Albumen print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society Collection, Purchased with the assistance of The Art Fund


LL/45915





Gabriel__De_Rumine
The Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem
1859

Photograph
J. Paul Getty Museum
Inventory number requested


LL/52724




George K. Warren
Yearbook Cover
1859

Album cover
13 x 11 ins

Smithsonian Books
Courtesy of Smithsonian Books.


LL/44455

Owners of early yearbooks, like this one belonging to George Washington McNeel, assembled the books and had them bound by professional bookbinders. Each owner decided which designs and patterns would emblazon the covers and whether elegant touches like gilding were within budget.

This photograph is included in Shannon Thomas Perich The Changing Face of Portrait Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital (Washington, DC: National Museum of American History, 2011)





Giacomo Caneva
Portrait of a Family
1859

Salted paper print
Getty Research Instititute
Partial gift of The Kelton Foundation, 2007.R.10.3.


LL/43542




Gustave de Beaucorps
Odalisque (Algeria)
1859

Albumen print
image: 16.8 x 20.9 cm (6 5/8 x 8 1/4 in.) mount: 43.5 x 54.6 cm (17 1/8 x 21 1/2 in.)

Princeton University Art Museum
Museum purchase, gift of the Florence Gould Foundation, Object Number: x1994-46


LL/44662




Gustave Le Gray
[Pius IX's Railroad Car]
1859

Albumen silver print
28.9 x 40.6 cm (11 3/8 x 16 in)

J. Paul Getty Museum
Object number: 84.XP.218.40


LL/50621





Gustave Le Gray
Mollien Pavilion, the Louvre
1859

Albumen print
14 7/16 x 18 7/8

J. Paul Getty Museum
© J. Paul Getty Trust [90.XM.72]


LL/6047





Henry Peach Robinson
Elaine watching the shield of Lancelot
1859

Albumen print
24.3 x 19.3 cm (image)

NGV - National Gallery of Victoria
Accession number: PH85.23-1988, Purchased from Admission Funds, 1988


LL/37352




Léon Eugène Méhédin
Campagne d'Italie en 1859
[Campagne d'Italie en 1859 (Book) - Voyages en Italie]
1859

papier albuminé d'après négatifs sur papier ciré sec
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
(FRBNF39132450) (Cote : IFN-6500262)


LL/7014





Léon Eugène Méhédin
Campagne d'Italie en 1859
[Campagne d'Italie en 1859 (Book) - Voyages en Italie]
1859

papier albuminé d'après négatifs sur papier ciré sec
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
(FRBNF39132450) (Cote : IFN-6500262)


LL/7015




Léon Eugène Méhédin
Campagne d'Italie en 1859
[Campagne d'Italie en 1859 (Book) - Voyages en Italie]
1859

papier albuminé d'après négatifs sur papier ciré sec
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
(FRBNF39132450) (Cote : IFN-6500262)


LL/7016




Léon Eugène Méhédin
Campagne d'Italie en 1859
[Campagne d'Italie en 1859 (Book) - Voyages en Italie]
1859

papier albuminé d'après négatifs sur papier ciré sec
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
(FRBNF39132450) (Cote : IFN-6500262)


LL/7017





Lewis Carroll
Twyford Church
1859

Albumen print
Private collection of Olivier Ruffinetto

LL/46646




Linnaeus Tripe
Western side of the Great Central Tower of the Great Pagoda at Madura
1859

Albumen print
280 x 380 mm.

Bonhams - London
Courtesy of Bonhams, London (Sale 15313 - India and Beyond in Books and Photography, Lot 326 - 26 Oct 2007)


LL/24122





Louis Wegner
Portrait of the painter Nicolaas Pieneman
1859

Albumen print from wet collodion on glass negative, Mounted on paper
Rijksmuseum
Copyright © Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (RP-F-00-2464)


LL/25770





Louis de Clercq
Kalaat-El-Hosn (premiere enciente) Extérieur ouest
1859

Photograph, from waxed paper negative
21.3 × 27.8 cm (8 3/8 × 10 15/16 in.) (sheet)

Art Gallery of Ontario - AGO
Malcolmson Collection


LL/54585






Louis de Clercq
Kalaat el Hosn (Castle of the Knights, Syria)
1859

Paper negative
22.5 x 29 cm (8 7/8 x 11 7/16 in.)

National Gallery of Art
Diana and Mallory Walker Fund, 2007.92.1


LL/54876





Louis de Clercq
Kalaat el Hosn (Castle of the Knights, Syria)
1859

Albumen print
20.5 x 27.6 cm (8 1/16 x 10 7/8 in.) (image) 45.3 x 59 cm (17 13/16 x 23 1/4 in.) (mount)

National Gallery of Art
Diana and Mallory Walker Fund, 2007.92.2


LL/54877





Louis de Clercq
Baalbeck
1859

Albumen print
21.4 x 27.7 cm (8 7/16 x 10 7/8 in.) (image) 45.3 x 59.3 cm (17 13/16 x 23 3/8 in.) (mount)

National Gallery of Art
Robert Menschel and the Vital Projects Fund, 2011.75.1


LL/54878






Louis de Clercq
Kalaat-El-Hosn, Deuxième Enciente, Extérieur, Tour d'Angle, sud-ouest
1859

Albumen print
21.75 x 28.26 cm (8 9/16 x 11 1/8 in.) (image) 45.4 x 59.21 cm (17 7/8 x 23 5/16 in.) (mount)

National Gallery of Art
Gift of Mary and Dan Solomon and Patrons' Permanent Fund, 2006.133.66


LL/54879



Louis de Clercq
Souedieh. Séleucie. Statue de l'Oronte
[Voyage en Orient, tome I, pl. 7]
1859

Papier albuminé d'après négatif papier
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Ancienne collection impériale


LL/7805


Louis de Clercq
Baalbek (Héliopolis). Intérieur du temple de Jupiter
[Voyage en Orient, tome I, pl. 36]
1859

Papier albuminé d'après négatif papier
21.5 x 28 cm

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Ancienne collection impériale


LL/7806




Louis de Clercq
Baalbek (Héliopolis). Hémicycle de l'enceinte
[Voyage en Orient, tome I, pl. 39]
1859

Papier albuminé d'après négatif papier
21 x 27 cm

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Ancienne collection impériale


LL/7807





Louis de Clercq
Tarablous (Tripoli). Panorama de la marine (ou port)
[Voyage en Orient, tome I, pl. 23]
1859

Papier albuminé d'après négatif papier. Panorama en deux feuilles d'après trois négatifs.
19.7 x 83 cm

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Ancienne collection impériale


LL/7843





Nadar
Portrait of Sarah Bernhardt
1859

Daguerreotype, print from collodion negative.

LL/1912






O. von Ostheim
Divan (palais) d'Abdallah Pacha el-Azem à Damas
1859

Papier salé d'après négatif papier
26.5 x 35.5 cm

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Album du comte de Paris


LL/7803




O. von Ostheim
Place et café à Damas
1859

Papier salé d'après négatif papier
26.5 x 35.5 cm

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Album du comte de Paris


LL/7804




Paul-Émile Miot
Mik'maq (Micmac) woman [Newfoundland]
1859

Albumen print
Library and Archives Canada
Accession: 1996-097, Reproduction no: PA-195499


LL/50159





Paul-Émile Miot
Mi'kmaq (Micmac) man [Newfoundland]
1859

Albumen print
Library and Archives Canada
Accession: 1996-097, Reproduction no: PA-195497


LL/50160





Paul-Émile Miot
Mi'kmaq woman on board the Sésostris [Newfoundland]
1859

Albumen print
19.1 x 15.9 cm

Library and Archives Canada
Accession: 1994-303, Reproduction no: PA-188214


LL/50161





Paul-Émile Miot
Mi'kmaq woman on board the French aviso Sésostris
1859

Albumen print
Library and Archives Canada
Accession: 1994-303, Reproduction no: PA-188213


LL/50163




Pierre-Ambroise Richebourg
Chambre a coucher de l'Empereur Alexandre 1er, St. Petersburg
1859

Albumen print from glass negative
30.5 x 29 cm

CEROS - Jean-Mathieu Martini / Serge Plantureux
Binoche et Giquello, épreuves choisies, 18 november 2010, lot no: 82


LL/41101





Pierre Joseph Rossier
General view of Yokohama
1859

Stereograph
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
Source: Old Japan Picture Library


LL/47408




Roger Fenton
The Terrace, Garden and Park, Harewood [near Leeds, Yorkshire]
1859

Albumen print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society, Ref number: 2003-5001/2/20103


LL/41692


Roger Fenton
The Egyptian Saloon, British Museum
1859

Stereograph
George Eastman House
Museum purchase


LL/54444



Théodule Devéria
Memphis. Sérapéum grec
1859

Papier albuminé d'après négatif papier
21 x 29 cm

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Ancienne collection Paul Berthier


LL/7842





Unidentified photographer
Captain Harrison of the 'Great Eastern'
1859

Unspecified type
National Maritime Museum
Reproduction ID: P39223


LL/39454





William Notman
Men destroying coffer dam crib, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859 (taken) 1971 (print)

Silver salts on film (safety) - Gelatin silver process
10 x 12 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Purchase from Associated Screen News Ltd., VIEW-7023.0


LL/38909




Unidentified photographer
[Ordnance Survey Building, Southampton]
[The Report of the Committee on the Reduction of Ordnance Plans by Photography]
1859

Albumen print
Library of Congress, Geography and Maps Division

LL/44773



Unidentified photographer
[Darkroom at the English Ordnance Survey, 1859, used for copying maps]
[The Report of the Committee on the Reduction of Ordnance Plans by Photography]
1859

Engraving, hand-coloured
Library of Congress, Geography and Maps Division

LL/44774

This illustration was included in an online posting to the "Heliographic Musings" website (http://www.heliographicmusings.com) in "Civil War Maps Made Using Photography" by Adrienne Lundgren (November 27, 2011)

For background see: Committee on the Reduction of the Ordnance Survey Plans by Photography (Printed by George Edward Eyer and William Spottiswoode, 1859) - 14 pages. A copy is held in the Geography and Maps Division of the Library of Congress.

Further details on the location and accession number for this item are requested.




William Notman
Laying the Monumental stone, marking the graves of 6000 immigrants, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859

Silver salts on paper mounted on card - Albumen process
7.3 x 7 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Gift of Mr. James Geoffrey Notman, N-0000.193.157


LL/38910




William Notman
Framework of tube and staging no. 8, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859

Silver salts on paper mounted on card - Albumen process
22 x 29 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Gift of Mr. James Geoffrey Notman, N-0000.193.127


LL/38912




William Notman
Centre tube, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859

Silver salts on paper mounted on card - Albumen process
21 x 26 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Gift of Mr. James Geoffrey Notman, N-0000.193.135


LL/38913




William Notman
Laying the foundation stone of no. 11 pier, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859

Silver salts on paper mounted on card - Albumen process
20 x 25 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Purchase from Associated Screen News Ltd., VIEW-7030.0


LL/38914





William Notman
Steam dredge for puddling, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859

Silver salts on paper mounted on card - Albumen process
25 x 30 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Gift of Mrs. Henry W. Hill, N-0000.41.1


LL/38918





William Notman
No. 13 pier showing river current, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859 (taken)

Silver salts on paper mounted on card - Albumen process
19 x 20 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Purchase from Associated Screen News Ltd., VIEW-7573.0


LL/38919





William Notman
No. 11 coffer dam, 24 feet below surface, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859 (taken) 1971 (print)

Silver salts on film (safety) - Gelatin silver process
12 x 10 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Purchase from Associated Screen News Ltd., VIEW-7017.0


LL/38920




William Notman
Bridge in progress from north abutment, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859

Silver salts on paper mounted on card - Albumen process
7.3 x 7 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Gift of Mr. James Geoffrey Notman, N-0000.193.101.1


LL/38923




William Notman
Abutment walls from entrance to no. 1 tube, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1859

Silver salts on paper mounted on card - Albumen process
7.3 x 7 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Gift of Mr. James Geoffrey Notman, N-0000.193.145.1


LL/38925




Unidentified photographer/creator
Advert for James Newman - Photographic colors
1859

Book page
Google Books

LL/34399

This advert is included in "The Principles and Practice of Harmonious Colouring, in Oil, Water, and Photographic Colours, especially as Applied to Photographs on Paper, Glass, and Silver-Plate" by an Artist Photographer (Second edition) This book was published in 1859 in London by W. Kent & Co., 51 & 52, Paternoster Row; and James Newman, 24, Soho Square, W.





George Skene Keith
Jerusalem
1859

Engraving, from a Daguerreotype
Google Books

LL/36016

Alexander Keith Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion derived from the Literal Fulfilment of Prophecy, Thirty-seventh edition (London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1859) between p.330-331.


http://www.luminous-lint.com/app/tags/6/1859/

Александра Римская 16.01.2015 г., 663 , Anno Domini. Xikrik to river Novogor

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