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Portrait of Mohan Lal with His Camera | India (Udaipur, Mewar, Rajasthan) | The Met
Originally commissioned by the Maharaja of Udaipur/Mewar then remained in the hereditary collection of the Maharaja of Udaipur/Mewar until the Udaipur City Palace Museum was opened to the public.
Japanese Adverts From The Swinging Sixties – Voices of East Anglia
Here we take a look at some more cool Japanese Adverts from the swinging sixties. We’ve picked out a few ads that have caught our attention on our travels around the internet and as our Japanese reading skills are non-existent – we’ve chosen ones that have pretty pictures. In our groovy gallery we have an unhappy woman with [&hellip
Different models of portable darkrooms. Engravings from s XIX. - Wetplatewagon
Different models of portable darkrooms. Engravings from s.XIX photographic manuals and treatises. Thanks to Martí Llorens collection. “La Photographie et la Chimie de la Lumière”, H. Voguel. 1880. Paris. “Traité Général de Photographie”, D. v. Monckhoven. 1865. Paris. 5ª ed. “Traité Général de Photographie”, D. v. Monckhoven. 1865. Paris. 5ª ed. …
Mystery of Vermeer's masterpieces solved: Dutch master DID use mirrors
Texas-based inventor has made the claim after spending the past decade trying to recreate Johannes Vermeer's paining 'The Music Room'.
Skylight Studio Dreaming of a Skylight Studio Alphonse J. Liébert, “Photographie en Amérique : Traité complet de photographie pratique contenant les découvertes les plus récentes” (Paris: A. Liébert,...
STOCK IMAGE - Folding wooden camera obscura, early 19th century. by www.DIOMEDIA.com
Folding wooden camera obscura early 19th century. Millions of premium Stock photos and illustrations created by leading commercial photographers, world-famous Museums, Historical Archives and Private Collections. Image ID: 01A879RQ
Iraqi Exile and Lament Through a New Lens
DENVER — Flown in from Dubai, an enormous collodion camera dominates a corner of Denver’s Robischon Gallery. The apparatus belongs to artist Halim Al Karim, whose show of ghostly portrait photographs is an unlikely meeting of 19th-century photo processing techniques and a personal reflection on his artistic exile from Iraq.