Oscar Wilde  Napoleon Sarony  (American (born Canada), Quebec 1821–1896 New York City)    Date:      1882  Medium:      Albumen silver print  Dimensions:      Image: 30.5 x 18.4 cm (12 x 7 1/4 in.)  Classification:      Photographs  Credit Line:      Gilman Collection, Purchase, Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Gift, 2005  Accession Number:      2005.100.120

Oscar Wilde Napoleon Sarony (American (born Canada), Quebec New York City) Date: 1882

Julia Margaret Cameron, "Julia Jackson," 1867. Albumen silver print from glass negative, 27.4 x 20.6 cm (10 13/16 x 8 1/8 in.). The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This ethereal image is of an almost bodiless entity, as we might imagine a portrait of the soul or of a psychic state laid bare. The subject is Cameron's namesake and niece, Julia Jackson, at the age of twenty-one and shortly before her marriage to Herbert Duckworth. The more than twenty portraits of Julia are exceptional in the ...

Cameron portrait of Julia Prinsep Jackson, later Julia Stephen, Cameron's niece, favourite subject, and the mother of the author Virginia Woolf

Julia Margaret Cameron    Beatrice (May Prinsep)    Albumen silver print from wet collodion glass negative, 1866    From Julia Margaret Cameron’s Women

Julia Margaret Cameron, Beatrice, 1866 Julia successfully captured the model's facial features while stimulating an emotion of forlornness. The sepia filter better evokes this emotion with its warmth, as opposed to harsher contrast of black and white.

Oscar Wilde  by Napoleon Sarony  albumen panel card, 1882

The Collected Oscar Wilde (Barnes & Noble Classics Series)