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Реальный 19 век. Правда быта - Королева всех доказательств. 15. Фотографии 1863 года.



Bourne & Shepherd
Colonel Probyn and the Officers of the 11th Bengal Cavalry
1863

Albumen print 210 x 290 mm Bonhams - London
Courtesy of Bonhams, London (Sale 15313 - India and Beyond in Books and Photography, Lot 242 - 26 Oct 2007)


LL/24104





Abdullah frères
Pompies Turcs. N?68. (Fire Brigade)
1863

Albumen print
American College of Greece

LL/47563


Alexander Gardner
#253 Scene in the Woods at Slaughter Pen.
[Incidents of the War]
1863

Stereoview, detail
Jefferson Stereoptics
Courtesy of John Saddy (Auction, Tues. August 29th & Thurs. August 31st, 2006, # 06-3, Lot 298)


LL/13805

Cream mount series.



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Alexander Gardner
Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter
[Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Incidents of the War, pl. 41]
1863

Albumen print
7 x 9 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (Z1377)


LL/13908

"Alex. Gardner, Photographer. Gettysburg, July, 1863. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1865, by A. Gardner, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia. Incidents of the War. Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter. Published by Philp & Solomon, Washington. 511 7th Street, Washington" printed in the margin recto.

Original caption:

On the Fourth of July, 1863, Lee's shattered army withdrew from Gettysburg, and started on its retreat from Pennsylvania to the Potomac. From Culp's Hill, on our right, to the forests that stretched away from Round Top, on the left, the fields were thickly strewn with Confederate dead and wounded, dismounted guns, wrecked caissons, and the debris of a broken army. The artist, in passing over the scene of the previous days' engagements, found in a lonely place the covert of a rebel sharpshooter, and photographed the scene presented here. The Confederate soldier had built up between two huge rocks, a stone wall, from the crevices of which he had directed his shots, and, in comparative security, picked off our officers. The side of the rock on the left shows, by the little white spots, how our sharpshooters and infantry had endeavored to dislodge him. The trees in the vicinity were splintered, and their branches cut off, while the front of the wall looked as if just recovering from and attack of geological small-pox. The sharpshooter had evidently been wounded in the head by a fragment of shell which had exploded over him, and had laid down upon his blanket to await death. There was no means of judging how long he had lived after receiving his wound, but the disordered clothing shows that his sufferings must have been intense. Was he delirious with agony, or did death come slowly to his relief, while memories of home grew dearer as the field of carnage faded before him? What visions, of loved ones far away, may have hovered above his stony pillow! What familiar voices may he not have heard, like whispers beneath the roar of battle, as his eyes grew heavy in their long, last sleep!

On the nineteenth of November, the artist attended the consecration of the Gettysburg Cemetery, and again visited the "Sharpshooter's Home." The musket, rusted by many storms, still leaned against the rock, and the skeleton of the soldier lay undisturbed within the mouldering uniform, as did the cold form of the dead four months before. None of those who went up and down the fields to bury the fallen, had found him. "Missing," was all that could have been known of him at home, and some mother may yet be patiently watching for the return of her boy, whose bones lie bleaching, unrecognized and alone, between the rocks at Gettysburg




Alexander Gardner
Ruins of Arsenal, Richmond, Virginia
1863

Albumen print
6 3/4 x 8 3/4

Lee Gallery

LL/21288

"Ruins of Arsenal, Richmond, Virginia". Directly under the photo is printed, "Alex. Gardner, Photographer, Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1866, by A. Gardner, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia. 511 Seventh Street, Washington." "April, 1863" printed on mount under photo. Trimmed page from "Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War" accompanies photo., U1956





Alexander Gardner
Dead Confederate Soldier / Home of A Rebel Sharpshooter
[Incidents of the War]
1863 (taken) 1865 (published)

Albumen print
h: 7 x w: 8.9 in / h: 17.8 x w: 22.6 cm

Etherton Gallery

LL/22160





Alexander Gardner
Group military telegraph operators, HQ, Army of the Potomac, Bealton, VA
1863

Albumen print
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
Ref: 03771u


LL/43001

Chief Telegrapher standing is A.H. Caldwell. I believe there are at least three well known photographers in the photograph but can't prove it. [Dave Tooley, pers. comm. February 2011]




Alexander Gardner [Attributed to]
Alexander Gardner
1863

Carte de visite
National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

LL/45551


A.J. Russell
[Railroad construction worker straightening track; pile of twisted rails in background]
[Photographs illustrative of operations in construction and transportation, as used to facilitate the movements of the Armies of the Rappahannock, of Virginia, and of the Potomac ...]
1862-1863 (taken) 1863 (published)

Salted paper print
28 x 29 cm

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
Call Number: LOT 9209 (H) (M) [P&P], LC-DIG-ppmsca-10413 (digital file from original photo, front) LC-USZ62-60086 (b&w film copy neg.)


LL/46826

Boston : Wright & Potter Printers, 1863.




Carleton E. Watkins
Ruins after Mill fire, Big River
1863

Albumen print
Bancroft Library, University of California Berkely
Collection: Mendocino Coast Photographed by Carleton E. Watkins, Identifier: BANC PIC 1957.026:19


LL/38283


Carleton E. Watkins
Indian Ranchería, Big River
1863

Albumen print
Bancroft Library, University of California Berkely
Collection: Mendocino Coast Photographed by Carleton E. Watkins, Identifier: BANC PIC 1957.026:51


LL/38284

The Bancroft Library holds multiple copies of this photograph. An effort was made to make an image of at least one copy available online. Bancroft duplicate(s) or near variant(s) may be found under: BANC PIC 19xx.199.2:2-3? Watkins' number: 194.




Carleton E. Watkins
Russian Hill Observatory
1863

Albumen silver stereograph, mounted on card stock
J. Paul Getty Museum
© J. Paul Getty Trust [2000.78]


LL/5969

А вот это больше похоже на вышку в концлагере в захваченной красной (советской) еврейско-немецкой армией казаков Эльстона: Grey slave war crimes Elston-Sumarokoff, современной нам России. Напомню, что Великая Война Bella Arm Air Kondrus с красной (советской) еврейско-немецкой армией казаков Эльстона: Grey slave war crimes Elston-Sumarokoff, идет с 1853 года, по всей Руси Святой, Великой, Белыя и Малыя.





Carleton E. Watkins
The Town on the Hill, New Almaden
1863

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
39.7 x 52.3 cm (15 5/8 x 20 9/16 in)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Copyright ® 2000-2005 The Metropolitan Museum of Art. - Purchase, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Gift, 1989 (1989.1083)


LL/6325








Désiré Charnay
Femmes Betsimisaraka, Madagascar
1863

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
19.7 x 17 cm (image) 28.7 x 23.1 cm (mount)

Metropolitan Museum of Art

LL/49876



Cundall Downes & Co. (London)
Auxerre Cathedral - Sculpture. North side of doorways (Noyon - Cathedrale)
1863

Albumen print
270 x 225 mm / 10 5/8 x 8 7/8 in (ca)

Eastern Window (Jan van der Wal)
Courtesy of Jan van der Wal (fr6-03)


LL/15010




De Torbéchet, Allain et Cie
Le Jeu
1863

Tirage sur papier albuminé d'après négatif sur verre au collodion. Format carte de visite
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Estampes et Photographie. D.L. Eo2 Torbéchet. D.L. 1863


LL/7045




Eugène Cuvelier
Quarry at the Sands of Macherin
1863

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Purchase, Harriette and Noel Levine Gift and Rogers Fund, 1996


LL/41162




Eugène Cuvelier
Chailly, Route de Fontainebleau
1863

Albumen print
20,3 x 26 cm ( 8 x 10 1/4 ins)

Sotheby's - Paris
Photographies , 29 May 2013, Auction: PF1310, Lot: 34


LL/50897




Felice Beato
Arima Sama Palace, Edo
1863

Albumen print
8 1/2 x 11 ins

J. Paul Getty Museum
Partial gift from the Wilson Centre for Photography, 2007.26.48


LL/46096





George Washington Wilson
Queen Victoria on 'Fyvie' with John Brown at Balmoral
1863

Carte de visite
9.20 x 6.10 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 884)


LL/7397





Gustav Jõgermayer
Welitz Glacier, East by North from the Foot of the Umbal Glacier
1863

Albumen print, mounted on cardboard
Albertina
© Albertina, Vienna


LL/42239




Henri Plaut
La colonne Vendôme, Paris
1863

Albumen print
17.3 x 12.3 cm

Piasa
Photographs, 25 May 2012, Lot: 6


LL/48141




Henry Peach Robinson
Autumn
1863

Albumen print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society, Ref Number: 2003-5001/2/20670


LL/41752






Henry Moulton
The Municipality Building, Lima, Peru
1863

Albumen print
British Library

LL/6484





Knud Knudsen
Utentittel
1863

Black and white image
University of Bergen Library (Universitetsbiblioteket I Bergen) Knudsensamlingen
UBB-KK-NSX-0058a


LL/54796


Lewis Carroll
Fair Rosamond
1863

Albumen print
8 3/4 x 7 in (22.2 x 17.7 cm)

Swann Galleries - New York
Courtesy of Swann Galleries (Auction, Oct 15, 2007, #2124, Lot 40)


LL/23150

From the collection of the photographer to Annie Rogers, descended to members of Rogers's family; to an American gentleman.

This print was featured in the Carroll exhibition, curated by Douglas Nickel, at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and was reproduced in the accompanying book, "Dreaming in Pictures," pl. 33.

Lewis Carroll, Photographer, pl. 182.

A discussion of the image appears in "Lewis Carroll Diaries," vol., 4, p. 217.

A lyrical depiction of Annie Rogers (who appears as Queen Eleanor) and Mary Jackson (as Fair Rosamond) by the master mathematician-cum-photographic genius Lewis Carroll.





Lewis Carroll
Irene MacDonald, Flo Rankin, and Mary MacDonald at Elm Lodge
1863

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
22.2 x 18 cm (8 3/4 x 7 1/16 ins)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Joyce F. Menschel Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.22


LL/40531




Lewis Carroll
Amy Hughes
1863

Albumen print
Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin
Gernsheim Collection


LL/45909

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)






Lewis Carroll
Irene MacDonald
1863

Albumen print
24.80 x 19.50 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Purchased 1990 (PGP 189.21)


LL/7696






Myron H. Kimball (American, active 1860s)
Emancipated Slaves
1863

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
13.2 x 18.3cm (5 3/16 x 7 3/16in.) (image) 19.9 x 25.2 cm (7 13/16 x 9 15/16 ins) (oval mat)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Gift, through Joyce and Robert Menschel, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.92


LL/40560




M.H. Kimball
Rebecca, Augusta and Rosa. Emancipated Slaves from New Orleans
1863

Carte de visite
Charles Schwartz Ltd

LL/34588



Notman & Sons
Harbour from Notre-Dame Church, look east, Montreal, QC
1863

Notman Photographic Archives, McCord Museum of Canadian History

LL/33621

Works from the "After Notman" series use the iconic images taken by the Montreal studio of Notman & Sons as a starting point and then Andrzej Maciejewski rephotographed the same locations as exactly possible between 1999 and 2001. An exhibition of the original Notman photographs and those of Andrzej Maciejewski were exhibited at the McCord Museum in Montreal (July 26, 2003 to July 25, 2004).




O.D. Finch
Bivouac of the 45th Illinois near the Shirley House
1863

Carte de visite
Jeffrey Kraus Antique Photographics

LL/45552




O.D. Finch
One of the Confederate River Batteries of General John C. Pemberton during the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi
1863

Carte de visite
Jeffrey Kraus Antique Photographics

LL/45553

(pers. email - Jeffrey Kraus - 25 December 2011] Jeffrey Kraus has attributed this photograph to O.D. Finch but we are searching for proof of this and would welcome further information.




O.D. Finch
Bivouac of the 45th Illinois near the Shirley House
1863

Salted paper print
16.5 x 21.6 cm (6 1/2 x 8 1/2 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/7561






Philippe Potteau
Saci ben Bakri ben Salem (Tirailleur algérien) né à Tunis de père et de mère Cafres
1863

Albumen prints
17.8 x 12.8 cm / 17.3 x 12.5 cm

Gros & Delettrez
Books, Manuscripts - Orientalist Photographs, 19 June 2012, Lot: 156


LL/48494



Samuel Broadbent
[Mary Elizabeth Garesche and child]
1863

Tintype, 1/4 plate, cased
Library Company of Philadelphia
Accession number: P.8510


LL/51038

Lovely portrait of Garesche turned slightly to her left with a white lace bonnet tied under her chin. She is cradling her daughter in her arms. Hand colored pink on cheeks.





Timothy H. O'Sullivan
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
[Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Incidents of the War, pl. 35]
1863

Albumen print
7 x 9 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (Z1363)


LL/14026

"Negative by T.H. O'Sullivan. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1865, by A. Gardner, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia. Incidents of the War. Gettysburg. July 1863. Published by Philp & Solomon, Washington. Positive by A. Gardner, 511 7th St., Washington" printed in margin recto.

Original caption:

Gettysburg, the scene of Lee's defeat in 1863, is a post borough and zhundred and fourteen miles west of the former city. It stands on elevated ground, in the midst of a fertile farming country. The Court-House and public offices are handsome and commodious; and the private residences are all built in a neat and substantial manner. The town has a flourishing Lutheran Theological Seminary, with a library of about ten thousand volumes; and is also the seat of Pennsylvania College. The manufacture of carriages is carried on to a greater extent than any other business. A number of copper mines have been opened in the neighborhood, and worked with considerable success. The town numbers about four thousand inhabitants.

It was back of this place that the Federal cavalry first met the Confederate infantry, on the 1st of July, 1863, and on the left of the picture can be seen Seminary Ridge, where General Reynolds was killed. This view is taken from Cemetery Ridge, where our artillery was massed, and against which the Confederates directed their most terrible assaults in the last day's fight. The town suffered considerably from the fire of our artillery, and the houses in some parts of the place were covered with indentations of musket balls. Very few of the inhabitants were injured, however, most of them taking refuge in their cellars and other sheltered places.



Timothy H. O'Sullivan
Fredericksburg, VA
[Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Incidents of the War, pl. 30]
1863

Albumen print
7 x 9 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (Z1372)


LL/14031

"Negative by T.H. O'Sullivan. February, 1863. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1865, by A. Gardner, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia. Incidents of the War. Fredericksburg, VA. Published by Philp & Solomon, Washington. Positive by A. Gardner, 511 7th Street, Washington" printed in the margin recto.







Timothy H. O'Sullivan
Wagon park, Brandy Station
1863

Albumen print
British Library

LL/6497






Timothy_H__Osullivan_RESERVED
Field Where General Reynolds Fell, Battlefield of Gettysburg
[Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Incidents of the War, pl. 37]
1863

Albumen silver prints, from glass negatives
17.8 x 22.7 cm (7 x 8 15/16 in)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Gilman Collection, Purchase, 2005


LL/7457



Unidentified photographer
Portrait d'officiers des gendarmes de la garde impériale
1863

Albumen print
28 x 40 cm (sheet)

ARCHIM - Service interministériel des archives de France
Dossier Photographies sur le Second Empire réunies par l'abbé Misset, No notice 00274, Cote 400AP/218


LL/45755





Unidentified photographer
Mr Breton's house in Puebla de los Angeles, Mexico, during the siege of 1863
1863

Albumen print
British Library

LL/6499





Vicomte Aynard Athanse de Banville
View of Luxor
1863

Albumen print
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Photography 19th-21st Century (1 June 2011) Lot: 4015


LL/43690





William Notman
#5384, Capt. Hon. Wenham Clarence Walpole Coke
1863

Carte de visite
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#15 / 143)


LL/11056

CDV #5384 is Capt. Hon. Wenham Clarence Walpole Coke, taken in Montreal, in 1863. His full identification is Captain Honourable Wenham Clarence Walpole Coke, of the Scots Fusilier Guards, British Army.

This identification was kindly provided by Nora Hague, Senior Cataloguer at the Notman Photographic Archives, McCord Museum of Canadian History, 690 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC, H3A 1E9, Canada. [Pers. comm. Nov 24, 2008]





William Studwick
Abingdon Street and the Houses of Parliament
1863

Albumen print
Westminster City Archives

LL/6068



Nadar
Disaster of the balloon "Le Géant" at "Nieubourg" near in 1863
1863

Illustration
Creative Commons - Wikipedia

LL/50748

Illustration signed lower right by "Henry de M" et "PETIT" 1863.




Albert Augustus Isaacs
The Ecce Homo Arch
1863

Book illustration
Google Books

LL/48329

Rev. Albert Augustus Isaacs "A Pictorial Tour of The Holy Land" (London: Wertheim,

Macintosh, & Hunt, 1863), p.66-67





Unidentified photographer/creator
Fig. 86. - Coupe de l'atelier vitré
1863

Book illustration
Google Books

LL/34832

Published in "Traité Général De Photographie" by D.V. Monckhoven (Paris: Librairie de Victor Masson et Fils, 1863)





Unidentified photographer/creator
Fig. 87. - Atelier vitré dans l'hypothÞse de la figure 84
1863

Book illustration
Google Books

LL/34833

Published in "Traité Général De Photographie" by D.V. Monckhoven (Paris: Librairie de Victor Masson et Fils, 1863)






Unidentified photographer/creator
Fig. 88. - Atelier vitré de petite dimension
1863

Book illustration
Google Books

LL/34834

Published in "Traité Général De Photographie" by D.V. Monckhoven (Paris: Librairie de Victor Masson et Fils, 1863)

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