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Реальный 19 век. Правда быта - Королева всех доказательств. 16. Фотографии 1864 года.







Unidentified photographer/creator
Sheffield Flood, Bachelor Joseph Chapman, tailor of Hillsbrough survived by getting in this box
1864

Sheffield City Council, Library Service
Id: s08751


LL/7710





Altobelli & Molins
Rome, Inauguration of the iron bridge at S. Giovanni dei Fiorentini
1864

Albumen print
27.4 x 36.8 cm

FondoRomano - Archivio Fotografico e Cartografico di Roma
Inventory no: A272


LL/56438




Cundall & Downes
Pierrefonds - View of the Chateau during reconstruction
1864

Albumen print from wet-collodion glass-plate negative
23.5 x 29 cm (image) 38 x 48 cm (mount)

Private Collection of Robert G. Hill, Toronto, Ont.
www.hillcollection.com - Acc: 833


LL/30611

Photographer's blind stamp on the mount "Cundall Downes & Co./ Photographers /168 New Bond St." and titled in ink "18. Pierre-fonds. View of the Chateau", dated in pencil "1864"




Southwell Brothers
Agnes Harrison
1864

Carte de visite
Paul Frecker

LL/12326





Mathew Brady's Studio
Brady's photographic outfit in the field near Petersburg, Va.
1864

Albumen print
National Archives and Records Administration
111-B-5077


LL/35275




Adolphe Bilordeaux
Main Drapée
1864

Photograph
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius)

LL/49034




Adolphe Braun
Mountaineers, Grindelwald, CH
1864

Photograph
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius)

LL/52745




Alphonse De Launay
Mlle Bosquet
1864

Collodion, on glass negative
3.75 x 4.5 ins

Archive Farms

LL/55312





Charles Marville
Arts et Métiers (Ancien Modèle)
1864

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
36.6 x 24.1 cm (14 7/16 x 9 1/2 in., image) 63 x 45 cm (24 13/16 x 17 11/16 in., mount)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Purchase, Alfred Stieglitz Society Gifts, 2007, Accession Number: 2007.167


LL/53879

Curatorial description

Along with the wholesale redrawing of the map of Paris, Baron Haussmann transformed the urban experience by commissioning and installing tens of thousands of pieces of street furniture-kiosks, Morris columns, pissoirs, garden gates, and, above all, street lamps. By the time Haussmann stepped down as Napoleon III's master urban planner in 1870, twenty thousand gas lamps had transformed Paris from a place where residents dared go out at night only if accompanied by armed men carrying lanterns into the City of Light. In this photograph from Marville's final suite of pictures, the flux of humanity flows past in a blur as Gabriel Davioud's street lights line the Boulevard de Sebastopol like proud sentinels of the modern city.




Charles Paxson
Learning is Wealth. Wilson, Charley, Rebecca & Rosa. Slaves from New Orleans
1864

Carte de visite
Charles Schwartz Ltd

LL/34584





Charles Paxson
Our Protection - Rosa, Charley, Rebecca. Slave Children from New Orleans
1864

Carte de visite
Charles Schwartz Ltd

LL/34585





Churchill and Denison Studio [Attributed to]
Group at the Sanitary Commission Fair, Albany
1864

Salted paper print
15.2 x 20.3 cm (6 x 8 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/7555









Jabez Hughes
Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale; Queen Victoria
1864

Carte de visite, hand-coloured
National Portrait Gallery (NPG)
Purchased, 1966, NPG Ax46727


LL/47113




C.F. Brandt
Military Hospital, Flensburg; Düppeler Schanzen
1864

Albumen print
15,5 x 21 cm

Bassenge Photography Auctions
Courtesy of Bassenge, Berlin (Photography, Sale: 90, Lot: 4117, Dec 5, 2007)


LL/25253

Prussian-Danish War

Flush-mounted to original board (slightly soiled), first print with photographer's blindstamp Eigenthum F. Brandt, photogr. Anstalt in Flensburg below the image on the mount.

Lit.: Wolfgang Baier. Geschichte der Fotografie. Munich 1977, see pp. 473 and 475.





C.F. Brandt [Attributed to]
[German-Danish War}
1864

Albumen print
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Photography 19th-21st Century (1 June 2011) Lot: 4019


LL/43692





C.F. Brandt [Attributed to]
[German-Danish War}
1864

Albumen print
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Photography 19th-21st Century (1 June 2011) Lot: 4019


LL/43693





D.T.K. Drummond
Loch Earn
1864

Albumen print by the malt process
17.30 x 22.20 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Purchased 1984 (PGP 39.4)


LL/7697


D.T.K. Drummond
Mr Currie
1864

Albumen print by the malt process
18.90 x 22.70 cm

National Galleries of Scotland
Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Purchased 1984 (PGP 39.6)


LL/7698





Felice Beato
Tsurugaoka-Hachiman Shrine at Kamakura
1864

Albumen print
22.9 x 28.7

Bachmann Eckenstein Art & Antiques

LL/6442




Francois Sebastien Rondin
Officers with 11-inch forward pivot gun on the deck of the U. S. S. Kearsarge
1864

Albumen print
5 3/4 x 8 1/2 in (14.6 x 21.6 cm)

Swann Galleries - New York
Courtesy of Swann Galleries (Auction, Oct 15, 2007, #2124, Lot 43)


LL/23151

The Image of War, Volume IV, Fighting for Time, 147.

Another print of this image is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and was included in their exhibition "Manet and the Civil War: The Battle of the U.S.S. Kearsarge and the C.S.S. Alabama," in 2003. It is reproduced in the accompanying catalogue.

Pictured in this photograph are Master J. R. Wheeler and Engineer S.L. Smith. The U.S. S. Kearsarge sunk the Alabama in a sea battle off Cherbourg in 1864.




František Fridrich
Karlštejn Castle
1864

Carte de visite
Private collection of Fr. Gregor

LL/51275

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl%C5%A1tejn




George N. Barnard
Barnard's photographic equipment, southeast of Atlanta, Ga.
1864

Albumen print
National Archives and Records Administration
111-B-4753


LL/35276




George N. Barnard
Atlanta, Georgia. Confederate fortifications. (shown is Barnard's wagon and portable darkroom)
1864

1 negative (2 plates) : glass, stereograph, wet collodion
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
LC-DIG-cwpb-02244 (digital file from original neg. of left half) LC-DIG-cwpb-02245 (digital file from original neg. of right half)


LL/36096



George N. Barnard
Gen. Sherman’s men destroying the Railroad, before the evacuation of Atlanta, Ga.
[The War for the Union. No. 3630]
1864

Stereo
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50117

George N. Barnard, published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York




George N. Barnard
Gen. Sherman’s men destroying the Railroad, before the evacuation of Atlanta, Ga.
[The War for the Union. No. 3630]
1864

Stereo, detail
DeGolyer Library
Robin Stanford Collection


LL/50143

George N. Barnard, published by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York.



George N. Barnard
Destruction of Hood’s Ordnance Train
1864

Albumen silver print
Metropolitan Museum of Art

LL/50242

In different versions of this photograph the cloud formations vary which may indicate that it is a composite print. Compare with the SFMOMA - San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (409.1969.44) from the Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign. (Alan Griffiths, 7 April 2013)





George N. Barnard
[Clothing Warehouse, Chattanooga]
1864 (taken) 1865 (print)

Albumen silver print
25.1 x 32.9 cm (9 7/8 x 12 15/16 in)

J. Paul Getty Museum
Object number: 84.XM.468.70


LL/50522




George N. Barnard
Looking down the Valley of Running-Water Creek from near Whiteside's, Tenn., Nashville & Chattanooga R.R. bridge on the left
1864

Albumen print, panorama
11 x 29 ins

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
Reproduction Number: LC-USZC4-3925 (color film copy transparency) LC-USZ62-115234 (b&w film copy neg.), Call Number: PH - Barnard (G.), no. 81 (E size) [P&P]


LL/55334




George N. Barnard
Battlefield of Atlanta, Ga., 1864 [Original]
1864

Negative
National Archives and Records Administration
[ARC identifier: 524961]


LL/8089




George__Barnard
Rebel Works in Front of Atlanta, GA. No. 3
1864 (taken) 1866 (print)

Albumen print
10 x 14

Lee Gallery

LL/21265





Hermann Krone
Studio of Hermann Krone, Dresden
1864

Photographic print
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
http://www.zeno.org - Zenodot Verlagsgesellschaft mbH


LL/47567





Giorgio Sommer
Self portrait of Giorgio Sommer with his son Edmondo
1864

Albumen print
Private collection of Giovanni Fanelli

LL/46000




James Gardner
Field Hospital, Second Army Corps
[Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Incidents of the War, pl. 54]
1864

Albumen print
7 x 9 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (Z1384)


LL/13909

"Negative by J. Gardner. Brandy Station, February, 1864. 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. Field Hospital, Second Army Corps. Published by Philp & Solomon, Washington. Positive by A. Gardner, 511 7th Street, Washington" printed in the margin recto.







James McDonald
West entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem
1864

Albumen print
British Library

LL/6489






John Adamson
Captain Speke
1864

Albumen print
St. Andrews University Library, Special Collections / The Photographic Collection
Record: ALB13-44


LL/40266

This digital image has the watermark and text label for the University of St. Andrews - these are not visible on the original photograph.



Johnson & Ward (publishers)
Africa
1864

Map
23.5 x 17.5 cm

Creative Commons - Wikipedia
Courtesy of Geographicus Fine Antique Maps


LL/46340

A beautiful first edition example of A. J. Johnson’s highly decorative 1864 map of Africa. The map covers the entire African continent as well as adjacent parts of Arabia and the Mediterranean. Throughout, Johnson identifies various cities, towns, rivers and assortment of additional topographical details. Johnson introduced this map in 1864 to replace the more primitive Colton mapping of Africa used in his earlier atlases. This map accommodates recent discoveries and explorations in Africa. It is consequently the first of Johnson’s Africa series to accurately represent Lake Victoria and Mt. Kilimanjaro. Features the fretwork style border common to Johnson’s atlas work from 1864 to 1869. Published by A. J. Johnson and Ward as plates 99-100 in the 1864 edition of Johnson’s New Illustrated Family Atlas . This is the first edition of the Johnson’s Atlas to bear the Johnson & Ward imprint and the only edition to identify the firm as the “Successors to Johnson and Browning (Successors to J. H. Colton and Company)”. Dated and copyrighted, “Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1864 by A. J. Johnson in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.





Julia Margaret Cameron
Mary Hillier and Alice Keown, a Madonna Study
1864

Albumen print, arch-top
25,3 x 18,2 cm

Bassenge Photography Auctions
Courtesy of Bassenge, Berlin (Photography, Sale: 90, Lot: 4031, Dec 5, 2007)


LL/25211

The stylized portraits of Julia Maragret Cameron were prepared with great care and have elements of both the more modern photographic realism of an unretouched close-up portrait, which contrasts strongly with the flowery Victorian era, and a more conventional religious and allegorical composition which points back to the Old Master painters. Today Cameron is rightly regarded as one of the finest portraitists in the history of photography.

Julian Cox/Colin Ford. Julia Margaret Cameron. The Complete Photographs. London 2003.





Julia Margaret Cameron
Mary Hillier, Elizabeth and Kate Kuhn
1864

Albumen print
29.1 x 22.1 cm

George Eastman House
Record Id: 1971:0109:0031


LL/35662

In an album given to G.F. Watts by Julia Margaret Cameron on Feb. 22, 1864, plate 31.





Julia Margaret Cameron
Sadness
1864

Albumen print
National Media Museum
The Royal Photographic Society, Ref Number: 2003-5001/2/21477


LL/41796






Julia Margaret Cameron
Annie Philpot
1864

Albumen print, from wet-collodion-on-glass negative
Victoria and Albert Museum
Museum no. PH.214-1969


LL/47117





Julia Margaret Cameron
St Agnes
1864

Albumen print, from wet-collodion-on-glass negative
Victoria and Albert Museum
Museum no. PH.44.772


LL/47121



Julia Margaret Cameron
A Sibyl after the manner of Michelangelo
1864

Albumen print
George Eastman House
Museum purchase


LL/54414





Julia Margaret Cameron
Mary Fisher
1864

Albumen print, from wet collodion negative
9 3/4 × 7 1/2 in (24.8 × 19.1 cm)

National Gallery of Art

LL/54905




Julia Margaret Cameron
Paul and Virginia [Freshwater, Isle of Wight]
1864

Albumen silver print
J. Paul Getty Museum
Lent by: National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford, United Kingdom


LL/5999




Lady Clementina Hawarden
At the Window
1864

Albumen print, detail
20.5 x 15.3 cm

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

LL/39151




Lewis Carroll
Margaret Frances Langton Clarke
1864 (taken)

Albumen print
15.2 x 11.6 cm

Art Institute of Chicago
Gift of Mrs. John W. Taylor, Mrs. Winthrop M. Robinson, Jr., and Mrs. Fred D. Sauter, from the Estate of Frances Hooper, 1987.211.3


LL/45762




Louis Vignes
Tombeau d'Elahbel, Palmyre
1864

Albumen print, glass negative
235 x 180 mm

Studios Robespierre, Serge Plantureux
courtesy Choppin De Janvry (May 30, 2007, #92)


LL/19691






Louis Vignes
Khasnet-Jiroun, Petra
1864

Albumen print, glass negative
249 x 196 mm.

Studios Robespierre, Serge Plantureux
courtesy Choppin De Janvry (May 30, 2007, #95b)


LL/19692



Louis Vignes
View of Jebel Musa (Sinai) [With members of the expedition]
1864

Albumen print, from paper negaive
18 x 25,5 cm (ca)

Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction 104, 3 December 2014, 19th - 21st Century Photography, Lot: 4076


LL/56077

Louis Vignes was a naval officer whose photographic work was produced during his early service in the Mediterranean and North Africa. He made 50 calotypes of sites in Morocco, Sicily and Beirut during the Syrian campaigns of 1860. This led to his assignment to the Duke du Luynes expedition, which travelled from Beirut south through Sidon, Tyre, Nablus and Jerusalem to the Dead Sea which they explored by ship from March through May 1864. It has been estimated that he produced some 400 images. In 1875 64 images were published by Charles Negre in Honoré d'Albert, duc de Luynes, Voyage d'exploration à la mer Morte, à Pétra et sur le rive gauche du Joudain.





Louis Vignes
Petra [Jordan]
1864

Albumen print
19,5 x 25,5 cm (ca)

Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction 104, 3 December 2014, 19th - 21st Century Photography, Lot: 4077


LL/56078

The stone cut structure shown in this image is part of the so-called Royal Wall (2nd cent. AD) in Petra which contained tombs.





Louis Vignes
Intérieur de salon à Beyrouth
1864

Papier albuminé d'après négatif sur verre au collodion
19 x 25 cm

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Acquisition 1997


LL/7789





Louis Vignes
Arak-el-Emir
1864

Papier albuminé d'après négatif sur verre au collodion
19 x 25 cm

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Acquisition 1997






Mathew B. Brady
Gentlemen's Committee on the Fine Arts
1864

Albumen silver print
14.7 cm x 22.8 cm (5 13/16 x 9).

National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution
[NPG.77.126]


LL/2049




Mathew B. Brady
Elk-Horn Chair, Presented to President Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1864, by Seth Kinman, the California Hunter and Trapper
1864

Carte de visite
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
Original uploader was Smallbones at en.wikipedia


LL/48904






Mathew B. Brady
Seth Kinman. California Hunter
1864

Carte de visite
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
UofC Berkeley Library: Original shelved BANC PIC 1991.038--PIC


LL/48906




Samuel A. Cooley
Savannah, Georgia (vicinity). View of Fort McAllister and Cooley's photographic tent
1864

1 negative (2 plates) : glass, stereograph, wet collodion
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
LC-DIG-cwpb-03484 (digital file from original neg. of left half) LC-DIG-cwpb-03483 (digital file from original neg. of right half)


LL/36097




Samuel Bourne
Bridge across the Sutley on Kirlu Road
1864

Albumen print
22.9 x 28.5 cm

Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction (17 June 2009, Sale 93, Lot 4213)


LL/32463




Samuel Bourne
Portrait of Samuel Bourne
1864

Albumen print
National Media Museum
© National Media Museum / Royal Photographic Society / Science & Society, Image Ref. 10455043


LL/42073




Samuel Bourne
Kangra - Monuments of Sutteeism
1864

Albumen print
23.8 x 29.3 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 870.16)


LL/7661



Samuel Bourne
Bridge on the Margual Canal, Kashmir
1864

Albumen print
210 x 275 mm 8.25 x 11 in

Antiq-Photo
Courtesy of Anthony Davis - Antiq-photo / Rainbow creations (www.19cPhoto.com - 3wo286)


LL/8819






Stephen Thompson
Kenilworth Castle, From the Brook
1864

Albumen print
3 7/8 x 6 1/4 ins

Archive Farms

LL/55394


Thomas Ogle
Whitby Abbey
1864

Albumen print
Archive Farms

LL/55397

William Howitt, 1864, Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain and Ireland, Second Series, (London: Alfred W. Bennett)




Timothy H. O'Sullivan
Chesterfield Bridge, North Anna, Virginia
[Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Incidents of the War, pl. 66]
1864

Albumen print
7 x 9 in

Lee Gallery
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (Z1389)


LL/14037

"Negative by T.H. O'Sullivan. No. 66. 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. Chesterfield Bridge, North Anna, Virginia. Published by Philp & Solomon, Washington. Positive by A. Gardner, 511 7th Street, Washington. May, 1864" printed in the margin recto.






Timothy H. O'Sullivan
General Grant's Council of War, Massaponax Church, Virginia
1864

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
8.7 x 10.8 cm (3 7/16 x 4 1/4 ins)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1986, Accession Number: 1986.1027


LL/47167





Timothy H. O'Sullivan
Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery B, Petersburg, Virginia
1864

Albumen silver print, from glass negative
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1933, Accession Number: 33.65.241


LL/50245





Unidentified photographer
Pacific Mail Steamship Company docks at the foot of Brannan Street
1864

Photographic print
Bancroft Library, University of California Berkely
Roy D. Graves Pictorial Collection, Identifier: 27


LL/40159





Unidentified photographer
Photographer, wagon, observation tower, Bermuda Hundred, VA
1864

Albumen print
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
Ref: 01831u


LL/42999

The war was sqeezing the CSA into a concentrated area, lots of photographers in close proximity: Egbert G. Fowx, Andrew J. Russell, Thomas C. Roche are all possible candidates. [Dave Tooley, pers. comm. February 2011]




William Despard Hemphill
Holy Cross Abbey
1864

Photograph
British Library
Shelfmark: C.44.d.7,8, Item number: 211


LL/51530

"…Ireland, from a very early period, abounded with monasteries and nunneries. One of the most sacred and esteemed of these establishments was Holy-Cross Abbey in Tipperary. It was founded for monks of the Cistercian order, in honour of the Holy Cross of St. Mary and St. Benedict. It stood on the right bank of the Suir, about three miles from Thurles, and near it a village. It was named the Abbey of the Holy Cross, from a fragment of the true cross which Pope Pascal II. sent to Murtough, King of Ireland, in 1110. The abbey, however, was not founded till 1182, by Donogh Carbragh O'Brien, King of Limerick. The founder conferred on it extensive lands, and Gregory was its first abbot. It received further endowments and privileges from Kings John, Henry III., Richard II., the Earls of Ormond, and the Archbishop of Cashel."

Excerpt from "Holy-Cross Abbey", in Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain and Ireland by William Howitt.


William Despard Hemphill
Rock of Cashel, General View
1864

Albumen print
Archive Farms

LL/55399

William Howitt, 1864, Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain and Ireland, Second Series, (London: Alfred W. Bennett)



William Despard Hemphill
Rock of Cashel, Round Tower
1864

Albumen print
Archive Farms

LL/55400

William Howitt, 1864, Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain and Ireland, Second Series, (London: Alfred W. Bennett)





William Russell Sedgefield
Triangular Bridge at Troyland
1864

Albumen print
Archive Farms

LL/55398

William Howitt, 1864, Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain and Ireland, Second Series, (London: Alfred W. Bennett)
http://www.luminous-lint.com/app/tags/6/1864/

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