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Реальный 19 век. Правда быта - Королева всех доказательств. 12. Фотографии 1860 года.






Unidentified photographer/creator
Mr Craig, F.E.J.S. in the Logic Classroom
1860


Ordinary Light
LL/18099



Unidentified photographer/creator
An early group photomontage with the "Devil" at the bottom
1860

Photomontage Ordinary Light

LL/18100








Unidentified photographer/creator
Blake Block, Brattleboro, Vermont
1860

Salted paper print
19.7 x 24.1 cm (7 3/4 x 9 1/4 in)

American Art Museum, Smithsonian Institution
Smithsonian American Art Museum, museum purchase from the Charles Isaacs Collection made possible in part by the Luisita L. and Franz H. Denghausen Endowment


LL/7621






Alexander Hesler
Abraham Lincoln
1860 (taken) 1890s (print)

Albumen print
8 1/2 x 6 3/4 in (21.6 x 17.1 cm)

Swann Galleries - New York
Courtesy of Swann Galleries (Auction Oct 21, 2008, Lot 8)

LL/31204







Bisson frères
Theatre in Paris
1860

Albumen print, from wet plate negative
29.2 x 38.4 cm

Leonard Joel
Sale LJ5801, Lot 29


LL/52338



Adolphe Braun
Still Life of a Hunting Scene
1860
Carbon print
30 7/16 x 22 1/8
J. Paul Getty Museum
© J. Paul Getty Trust (84.XP.252.1)
LL/6767



Alfred Capel Cure
South Side Beverley Minster
1860
Albumen print from calotype
21.70 x 26.90 cm (8 1/2 x 10 9/16 ins) (image)
Cleveland Museum of Art
Gift of Russ Anderson, Accession No.: 1991.291
LL/40866



André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
Barbara and Carlotta Marchisio in Semiramis
1860
Carte de visite
Paul Frecker
LL/13457





André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
Eugéne Coralli
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/13470





André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
Disdéri
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/13480




André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
Prince Napoleon
1860

8.70 x 5.30 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Presented by Mrs. E. Murray 1991 (PGP 276)


LL/7695




Anthony
#255 the Burning of Cyrus W. Field's Warehouse in New-York
1860

Stereocard, detail
Jefferson Stereoptics
Courtesy of John Saddy (Auction, Tue, Dec 12, 2006 & Thu, Dec 14, 2006, # 06-4, Lot 537)


LL/15905

#255 "The Burning of Cyrus W. Field's Warehouse in New-York. Photographers will appreciate the merits of this picture when they are informed that it was taken on a dark day just previous to a heavy snow storm, and with the Thermometer below 20 degrees Fahrenheit. The stream of water projected across the street proceeds from one of the large steam fire engines, whose efficiency was never more fully displayed than on that occasion."

Ivory mount.


Camille Silvy
Antonio Giuglini, tenor
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12759




Camille Silvy
Marietta Piccolomini, soprano
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12760




Camille Silvy
Giovanni Belleti, baritone
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12761




Camille Silvy
Franthois d'Orléans, Prince de Joinville
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12796

The Prince de Joinville was the third son of King Louis Philippe. His wife was the sister of Don Pedro II of Brazil. Their son was the Duc de PenthiÞvre. Their daughter, Franþoise, married her cousin, Robert, Duc de Chartres. Princesse Marie was their daughter.




Camille Silvy
Françoise d'Orléans, Princesse de Joinville
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12797



Camille Silvy
Pierre d'Orléans, Duc de Penthiévre
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12798





Camille Silvy
Françoise d'Orléans-Joinville, Duchesse de Chartres
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12801





Camille Silvy
Princesse Marie d'Orléans
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12802


Camille Silvy
Duchess of Manchester
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12805

Luise von Alten married the 7th Duke of Manchester in 1852. The marriage was not a successful one, and when the Duke died in 1890, after a decent interval his widow became the wife of the 8th Duke of Devonshire, whose mistress she had by then been for some thirty years. She was thereafter known as 'the Double Duchess'.

An occasional visitor to the French imperial court, her great beauty was praised by Princess Metternich in her memoirs. Consuelo, Duchess of Marlborough, who knew - and detested - her later in life, remembered her differently: 'Rumour had her beautiful, but when I knew her she was a raddled old woman, covering her wrinkles with paint; her pate was a brown wig, her mouth was a red gash'.


Camille Silvy
Duchess of Wellington
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12806

The Duchess of Wellington was the wife of the second Duke. Born Lady Elizabeth Hay, her parents, the Marquess and Marchioness of Tweeddale, were also visitors to Silvy's studio, as was her sister, Lady Jane Hay. From 1843 to 1858 the Duchess of Wellington was a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria, and from 1861 to 1868, Her Majesty's Mistress of the Robes. The Duchess was again Mistress of the Robes from 1874 to 1880.


Camille Silvy
Lord Arthur Lennox
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12808

The social standing of the visitors to Silvy's studio shifted significantly during the time that Silvy was in London. Juliet Hacking's analysis of the rank of the sitters appearing in volume one, which covers the first nine months of 1860, shows 3 dukes, 8 duchesses, 3 marquesses, 8 marchionesses, 3 counts, 23 countesses, 10 viscounts, 8 viscountesses, 32 lords and 110 ladies, out of some 1300 sitters. Volume eight, which covers the summer of 1862, contains only 2 viscounts, 1 viscountess, 2 lords, and 14 ladies, out of 998 entries. In aristocratic and fashionable circles, the carte had definitely had its day. The later volumes show a very different class of sitter than the early volumes do, comprising portraits of the wives of retired army officers, the sons of provincial clergy, the daughters of merchants, various civil servants and members of the bar, and at least one colliery owner.





Camille Silvy
Lord Dufferin
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12809





Camille Silvy
Lord Castlerosse
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12810




Camille Silvy
Lord Galloway and family
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12812

This portrait of Lord Galloway with some of his children is an unusual size, being approximately fifty per cent larger than a regular carte-de-visite.


Camille Silvy
Lady Galloway and family
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12813

This portrait of Lady Galloway with some of her children is approximately fifty per cent larger than a regular carte-de-visite, Several of the prints pasted in the daybooks are a similar size, and of these, a few show the light source, usually the window seen here on the right, though a skylight is also sometimes visible.




Camille Silvy
Lord Euston and Lord Newport
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12815

This portrait of Lord Euston and Lord Newport shows the two men standing at one of the entrances to the Houses of Parliament. Taken sometime during the summer of 1860, there are some fourteen other portraits in volume one of the Silvy daybooks which were taken at the same location, almost all of which portray Members of Parliament. These portraits, most of which have very similar framing, do not appear sequentially in the daybooks. Instead they were entered in short runs, suggesting that at least six separate visits were made to the location.



Camille Silvy
Lord Charles Russell
1860

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12816

This portrait of Lord Charles Russell, the Serjeant-at-Arms to the House of Commons, is a variation of the other portraits that Silvy took at this location, an entrance to the Houses of Parliament, in that it shows the sitter at the opposite edge of the doorway.



Camille Silvy
Lieutenant General Clark Kennedy
1860

Albumen print from wet collodion-on-glass negatives
Victoria and Albert Museum
Museum Number: E.683-1992


LL/36318





Carleton E. Watkins
View from Mount Josephine North
1860

Salt print
13 3/4 x 16 1/8 in

J. Paul Getty Museum
The J. Paul Getty Trust (84.XM.171.15)


LL/7336





Désiré Charnay
The Nunnery, Uxmal
1860

Albumen print from wet collodion negative
40.50 x 27.00 cm (15 15/16 x 10 5/8 ins) (image)

Cleveland Museum of Art
John L. Severance Fund, Accession No.: 1996.241


LL/40886




Désiré Charnay
Palace of the Governor, Uxmal, Mexico
1860

Albumen print
43.5 x 33.1 cm (17 1/8 x 13 1/16 in.)

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Charles Amos Cummings Fund, Accession number: 2000.660


LL/46624


Désiré Charnay
The Great Palace at Mitla, interior of the Court
1860

Albumen print
British Library

LL/6488





Courret Hermanos (Lima, Peru)
La Tapada
1860

Carte de visite
Ordinary Light

LL/20634





Édouard Baldus
Aqueduc de Roquefavour
1860

Salt paper print, from paper negative
Ader Nordmann
Auction: 17 November 2013, Lot: 23


LL/51779





Etienne Carjat
Victor Hugo
1860

Albumen print
48.26 x 39.05 cm (19 x 15 3/8 in.)

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Lucy Dalbiac Luard Fund, Accession number: 1998.75


LL/46578




Felice Beato
Interior view of the North Fort of Taku on the Peiho River, near Tientsin (Tianjin), China, following its capture by the English and French armies on August 21st 1860. The battlements and cannons are surrounded by Chinese corpses.
1860

Albumen print
Wellcome Images, Wellcome Library
Wellcome Library, London (V0037622)


LL/36767




Felice Beato
Interior view of the North Fort of Taku on the Peiho River, near Tientsin (Tianjin), China, following its capture by the English and French armies on August 21st 1860. The battlements and cannons are surrounded by Chinese corpses.
1860

Albumen print
Wellcome Images, Wellcome Library
Wellcome Library, London (V0037624)


LL/36768





Felice Beato
View of the entrance the English used into the North Fort of Taku on the Peiho River, near Tientsin (Tianjin), China, 21st August 1860
1860

Albumen print
Wellcome Images, Wellcome Library
Wellcome Library, London (V0037621)


LL/36769




Felice Beato
View along the top of the wall from Anting Gate, Beijing, China, after its capture by the English and French armies on 21st October 1860.
1860

Albumen print
Wellcome Images, Wellcome Library
Wellcome Library, London (V0037627)


LL/36770




Felice Beato
Prince Gong Qinwang of China
1860

Albumen print
National Army Museum
Negative No. 37907, Accession No. NAM. 1967-09-83-7


LL/41345


Felice Beato
The North Taku Fort, China
1860

Albumen print
National Army Museum
Negative No. 2789, Accession No. NAM. 1962-08-16-8


LL/41349





Felice Beato
Interior of Taku Fort, China
1860

Albumen print
National Army Museum
Negative No. 2944, Accession No. NAM. 1962-08-16


LL/41350




Felice Beato
Summer Palace, Peking
1860

Albumen print
National Army Museum
Negative No. 16651, Accession No. NAM. 1967-09-83-65


LL/41351





Felice Beato
Taku Fort, China
1860

Albumen print
National Army Museum
Negative No. 2785, Accession No. NAM. 1962-08-16-13


LL/41355




Felice Beato
Lieutenant-Colonel Garnet (later Field Marshal Viscount) Wolseley
1860

Albumen print
National Army Museum
Negative No. 2939, Accession No. NAM. 1954-05-14-6


LL/41356





Felice Beato
Interior of English Entrance. - Taku
1860

Albumen print
25.5 x 30.5 cm

George Eastman House
1976:0134:0005


LL/57167





Felice Beato
Sir James Hope Grant
1860

Albumen print
17.00 x 13.10 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland (Accession no. PGP 19.1), Purchased 1938


LL/6823




Francis Bedford
Mer de Glace
1860

Albumen print
16.50 x 20.70 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland (Accession no. PGP R 877), Gift of Mrs. Riddell in memory of Peter Fletcher Riddell 1985


LL/6825




Franck
Canal St. Martin
1860

Albumen silver print, from glass plate negative
18.6 x 25.2 cm (7 5/16 x 9 15/16 ins) (oval)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Museum Purchase, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.380


LL/40401





George Washington Wilson
Birnam Falls, Dunkeld
1860

Albumen print
19.0 x 11.50 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Presented by Mrs J. Notman 1990 (PGP 71.17)


LL/7392





Gush and Fergusson (copyright)
Rare Monkey Fish of Japan
1860

Ordinary Light

LL/18098

This bizarre object was purchased later by P.T. Barnum and shown at the Chinese and Japanese Warehouse, Regent Street, London.




Henry Peach Robinson
The Lady of Shalott
1860

Albumen print
Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery

LL/45913

This photograph was included in the exhibition The Pre-Raphelite Lens: British Photography and Painting, 1848-1875 at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (October 31, 2010 - January 30, 2011)

A curse befell the Lady of Shalott, who glides down the river to Camelot, where she will die. Based on an Arthurian legend, as retold by Tennyson, Robinson's work is a tour de force made from more than one negative. One reviewer noted that it reflected “the quaint poetic manner of the Pre-Raphaelites.”





Jacques-Philippe Potteau (1807-1879) and Louis Rousseau (1811-1874)
Portrait of Marie Lassus of New Orleans
1860

Albumen print
6 7/8 x 4 3/4 ins (17.4 x 12 cm, image) 6 4/5 x 4 3/5 ins (37.5 x 28 cm, mount)

New Orleans Museum of Art
Museum purchase, Clarence John Laughlin Photographic Society Fund, Accession number: 86.113


LL/54273





James Wallace Black
Boston, as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It
1860

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
18.5 x 16.7 cm (7 5/16 x 6 9/16 ins) (irregularly trimmed)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.87


LL/40553





James Wallace Black
Aerial view of Providence, Rhode Island
1860

Albumen print
26.2 x 19.6 cm (10 5/16 x 7 11/16 ins)

Princeton University Art Museum
Robert O. Dougan Collection, gift of WarnerCommunications, Inc., Object Number: x1979-116


LL/44595




James Wallace Black
Boston, as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It
1860

Albumen print
Boston Public Library, Print Department
File name: 05_01_000036


LL/45537

Description: Earliest extant aerial photograph taken in the United States from Samuel A. King's balloon while tethered over Boston Common.


John Henry Ravenshaw
Panduah. Upper Pillars of Badshah Ka Takht. Adinah Mosque.
1860

Photographic print
British Library
Courtesy of the British Library, Image number: 97843, Shelfmark: Photo 978/(43)


LL/37201

Photograph taken in the 1860s by John Henry Ravenshaw, one of 45 prints in the album 'Gaur: Its Ruins and Inscriptions'. Pandua, near Gaur in the Malda district of Bengal, was a centre of provincial Islamic culture, reaching its apogee when it supplanted Gaur as capital of Bengal from 1342 till the beginning of the 15th century. The Adina Mosque in Pandua, one of the largest in India which could hold thousands of worshippers, was built in c.1375 by Sikandar Shah I (ruled 1358-90). It is of stone up to the imposts of the arches with the upper part of the building composed of brick, a method of construction which became widespread in Bengal. The basalt stone used was taken from earlier Hindu structures and the brickwork was carved and moulded into diverse patterns. Although the mosque is largely in ruins following earthquake damage, it is one of the best surviving examples of early Indo-Islamic architecture, with a continuous facade of arches and numerous domes (over 300). The main entrance of the mosque consists of three arches that open on the southeastern corner. Today it can only be accessed from the east through a small arched opening. Three other small entrances are in the northwestern wall, two of which lead to the Badshah-ka-takht, a private hall of worship for the sultans and the ladies. Ravenshaw wrote, '...The stones forming the platform [of the Badshah-ka-takht] are in the shape of long beams, with their ends resting on the pillars, but the accumulated rubbish on the ground below is all that remains of the masonry that must have once filled in and covered these beams. On the platform are built light pillars and arches, which are surmounted by eighteen domes, similar to those over the rest of the cloister...'






John Henry Ravenshaw
Gaur. Entrance to Court of Qadam Rasul Mosque
1860

Photograph
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 978/(13)


LL/49668




John Henry Ravenshaw
Pulpit and Prayer Niche in Transept, Adinah Mosque, Panduah
1860

Photograph
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 978/(41)


LL/49669





John Henry Ravenshaw
Gaur. Ornamental bricks
1860

Photograph
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 978/(23)


LL/49670




John Henry Ravenshaw
Interior of Golden Mosque, Panduah
1860

Photograph
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 978/(33)


LL/49671




John Henry Ravenshaw
Gaur. Sadulpur Ghat
1860

Photograph
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 978/(4)


LL/49673



John Henry Ravenshaw
Panduah. Lower Pillars of Badshah Ka Takht. Adinah Mosque
1860

Photograph
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 978/(42)


LL/49674


J.A. Whipple
Officers and Seamen of the Hayes Arctic Exploring Expedition
1860

Albumen print, card mount
8 1/4 x 11 ins

Swann Galleries - New York
Courtesy of Swann Galleries (Auction, The Eric C. Caren Collection: How History Unfolds on Paper, Part 1, Sept 15, 2011, #2253, Lot 71)


LL/44191

Lot note provided by Swanns.

Dr. Isaac Hayes and his men were photographed just before their departure for the coast of Ellesmere Island in far northern Canada. They returned the following year with claim to a new record "Farthest North." No other copies of this image have been found.




Lewis Carroll
Alice & Lorina Liddell on a See-Saw
1860

Albumen print
Princeton University Library
Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Lewis Carroll Collection, Z-PH-LCA-II.105


LL/40713






Louis-Emile Durandelle
Sculptors working on the marble decor, Opéra Garnier, Paris
1860

Albumen print, from glass negative
39.2 x 27.6 cm (image) 54.4 x 43.5 cm (mount)

Hans P. Kraus, Jr., Inc.

LL/53061





Louis de Clercq
Grenada, Alhambra Fontaine des Lions
1860

Albumen print, from waxed paper negative
21.1 x 28.3 cm

Leonard Joel
Sale LJ5801, Lot 81


LL/52361




Louis de Clercq
Grenade, Alhambra, Porte d'Entree de la Forteresse
1860

Albumen print, from paper negative
10 9/16 × 8 3/16 in (26.8 × 20.8 cm)

National Gallery of Art
Patrons' Permanent Fund, 1995.36.77


LL/54874





Louis de Clercq
[Check title]
[Voyage en Orient et en Espagne Vol. 5: Monuments & Sites pittoresques de l'Egypte]
1860

Albumen silver prints, from paper negative
21.6 x 28.4 cm (8 1/2 x 11 3/16 in)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Gilman Collection, Purchase, Alfred Stieglitz Society Gifts, 2005


LL/7454






Louis de Clercq
VIe station. Sainte Véronique essuie la face sanglante de Jésus. Aucune marque extérieure n'indique cette station. La tradition la place au pied du petit escalier
[Voyage en Orient, tome IV, pl. 8]
1860

Papier salé d'après négatif papier
27.5 x 21.5 cm

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


LL/7820





Louis de Clercq
Jérusalem. Tour Antonia et environs
[Voyage en Orient, tome III, pl. 9]
1860

Papier salé d'après négatif papier
21.5 x 28 cm

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


LL/7821




Luigi Pesce
Basse-relieve a Persepolis
[Album fotografico della Persia (The Rawlinson Album)]
1860

Salted-paper print
Getty Research Instititute
2012.R.18


LL/52838


Mendel Diness
Garden of Gethsemane and the Mount of Olives
1860

Platinum print - modern
Harvard Fine Arts Library
Special Collections, Harvard Semitic Museum Photographic Archives, AKP128.15


LL/41664

Modern photographs printed by John Barnier in 1993 from Diness's original glass, wet collodion negatives. Exhibition catalog: Capturing the Holy Land : M.J. Diness and the beginnings of photography in Jerusalem / with contributions by Dror Wahrman, Carney Gavin, Nitza Rosovsky ; photographs printed by John Barnier from the original glass plate negatives. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, c1993.





Nadar
Hermaphrodite
1860

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
Image: 23.9 x 19.2 cm (9 7/16 x 7 9/16 in.)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Bequest of Robert Shapazian, 2010, Accession Number: 2010.457.1


LL/48791



Nadar
Hermaphrodite
1860

Albumen print, from glass negative
Creative Commons - Wikipedia

LL/48814





Nadar
Hermaphrodite
1860

Albumen print, from glass negative
Creative Commons - Wikipedia

LL/48815





Nadar
Hermaphrodite
1860

Albumen print, from glass negative
Creative Commons - Wikipedia

LL/48816



Otto Reinhold Jacobi
The Rapids, Montmorency River [Les Rapides, rivière Montmorency]
1860

Oil on canvas
41 x 48.8 cm

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

LL/46106



Philippos Margaritis
The students of School Hill at the Acropolis (?)
1860

Photograph, albumen print (?)

LL/57527

The Beauty of Hellas blog - source of original illustration unclear. (Accessed: 8 January 2015)
beautyofhellas.blogspot.ca/2010/03/1839-1900.html




Roger Fenton
Roger Fenton in volunteers uniform
1860

Albumen print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society, Ref number: 2003-5001/2/20111


LL/41674




Roger Fenton
Windsor Castle
1860

Albumen print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society, Ref number: 2003-5001/2/20123


LL/41682




Samuel Bourne
The Ghaut, Wheeler's Massacre, Cawnpore, NWP
1860

Albumen print
British Library
Shelfmark: Photo 394/(58), Item number: 39458

LL/49469




Sherrer et Nabolz [Attributed to]
Basil Fool for Christ, Moscow
1860

Albumen print, hand colored, mounted
25.7 x 22.4 cm

CEROS - Jean-Mathieu Martini / Serge Plantureux
Binoche et Giquello, épreuves choisies, 18 november 2010, lot no: 84


LL/41102


The Deposit Photographic Studio (London)
The Honorable Charles Ellis
1860

Ordinary Light

LL/18097

The photograph may have been taken in Canada by Walter Roberts.

The Deposit Photographic Studio, 77 Cornhill, London, E.C. (1872 -75) had W.W. Roberts, manager (1872-73) and Maria Salisbury, manager (1874-75).





Unidentified ambotypist (American)
[Smiling man]
1860

Ambrotype, 1/4 plate
J. Paul Getty Museum
Object number: 84.XT.439.3


LL/50665





Unidentified daguerreotypist (American)
[Chinese Woman with a Mandolin]
1860

Daguerreotype, 1/4 plate, hand-colored
J. Paul Getty Museum
Object number: 84.XT.1582.11


LL/50518




Unknown creator
Purse decorated with collodion positive photograph
1860

Book-form purse
National Media Museum
Photographs Collection, Ref Number: 1990-5036/2808


LL/41861





William Donaldson Clark
The Cowgate Arch of George IV Bridge, Edinburgh
1860

Albumen print
21.10 x 27.40 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Gift of Mrs. Riddell in memory of Peter Fletcher Riddell 1985 (PGP R 113)


LL/7685





William Carrick
Chimney Sweep
1860

Albumen print
9.20 x 5.70 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Purchased 1989 (PGP 81.42)


LL/7680






William Carrick
Fishmonger
1860

Albumen print
9.30 x 5.60 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Purchased 1989 (PGP 81.1)


LL/7681



William Fitzgibbon
Portrait of indigenous Guatemalans
1860

Albumen print
6 x 7 1/2 in (15.2 x 19 cm)

Swann Galleries - New York
Courtesy of Swann Galleries (Auction, Oct 15, 2007, #2124, Lot 49)


LL/23153





William Notman
Laying Bottom of Tube
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1860

Print
21.5 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Gift of Mr. David Ross McCord, M15934.30


LL/38917

Based on an 1859 photograph "Framework of tube and staging no. 8, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC" by William Notman. (McCord Museum, N-0000.193.127). Who made the print is not known.


Although photographers were active in Central America as early as 1843, very few of the photographs taken before 1875 survive today.

William Fitzgibbon and his better-known brother John, a prominent American daguerreotypist, operated a studio in Guatemala in the late 1850s-early 1860s. In addition to photographing the people and architecture of Guatamala City, which is the subject of these prints, they also photographed Quetzaltenango and Antigua.






William Notman
Centre tube in progress
[Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC]
1860

Coloured ink on paper
42.2 x 58.6 cm

McCord Museum of Canadian History
© McCord Museum, Gift of Mr. David Ross McCord, M15934.28


LL/38927

Based on 1859 photograph "Centre tube, Victoria Bridge, Montreal, QC" by William Notman (McCord Museum, N-0000.193.135). Who made the print is not known.




Nadar
Studio of Nadar at 35 Boulevard des Capucines, Paris
1860

Albumen print
Creative Commons - Wikipedia

LL/35768





Charles Clifford
Mezquita, Cordova
1860

Book plate
Google Books

LL/36092

Charles Clifford permitted the use of his photographs to illustrate Rev. Richard Roberts "An Autumn Tour in Spain in the Year 1859" (London: Saunders, Otley, and Co., 1860) between p.336-337.

Notice

The Author takes the present opportunity of acknowledging his obligations to C. Clifford, Esq., 13, Calle de Las Infantas, Madrid, who, with great kindness and liberality, has permitted the use of his admirable Photographs to illustrate this Volume.





Nadar
Studio of Nadar at 35 Boulevard des Capucines, Paris (detail)
1860

Albumen print
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Charles Clifford
Court of Lions, Alhambra
1860

Book plate
Google Books

LL/36093

Charles Clifford permitted the use of his photographs to illustrate Rev. Richard Roberts "An Autumn Tour in Spain in the Year 1859" (London: Saunders, Otley, and Co., 1860) between p.408-409.

Notice

The Author takes the present opportunity of acknowledging his obligations to C. Clifford, Esq., 13, Calle de Las Infantas, Madrid, who, with great kindness and liberality, has permitted the use of his admirable Photographs to illustrate this Volume.




Charles Clifford
Charles Vths Balcony, Yuste
1860

Book plate
Google Books

LL/36094

Charles Clifford permitted the use of his photographs to illustrate Rev. Richard Roberts "An Autumn Tour in Spain in the Year 1859" (London: Saunders, Otley, and Co., 1860) between p.224-225.

Notice

The Author takes the present opportunity of acknowledging his obligations to C. Clifford, Esq., 13, Calle de Las Infantas, Madrid, who, with great kindness and liberality, has permitted the use of his admirable Photographs to illustrate this Volume.


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

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