Victorian post mortem photos
Victorian post mortem photos
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Portrait of a patient, Surrey County Asylum
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Portrait of a patient, Surrey County Asylum Creator: Dr. Hugh Welch Diamond (1808 - 1886) Date: c. 1855. SOCIAL DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY.
Haunting Post-Mortem Photograph From The 1800s
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17 Haunting Post-Mortem Photographs From The 1800s
post mortem..the parents,look at their hands..
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Post Mortem - Rosana Raven ☥~
Creepy VINTAGE PHOTO Zombie Family in by vintagewarehouse on Etsy, BOO hey halloween photo !!
This would be cool to frame and put out with Halloween decor for Halloween
Creepy Victorian Family | Creepy VINTAGE PHOTO - Zombie Family in Victorian Dress and strange ...
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The awkward positioning of this woman suggest post-mortem, even though her eyes are clearly open.
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susiehouser: Woman wearing dress and blue hat with feathers and pinecones (by George Eastman House)
george eastman flickr via identical eye
Cone's & Feather's Ground-cover Hat...1910 Autochrome Photo
Woman wearing dress and blue hat with feathers and pinecones 1910
Post Mortem Photography -
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Postmortem photograph. So sad... Momento Mori
Post Mortem Photography - The parents are obviously mourning the tragic death of their little one. This photo is so sad!
These pictures are of post mortem children in the Victorian era. In that time period it was common for families to have photos taken of their children after death (often posed as if still alive) because photography was expensive and other family members couldn't always make it to the funeral and they wanted a momento of the deceased. . WARNING: If you're sensitive to pictures of death please do not view this video
Victorian Mourning, lost child
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Washing the body of their dead father
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Japanese family washing the body of a dead relation in a wooden tub. Circa 1890 - 1899
Japanese family washes a corpse for burial, circa 1880–1899 ... Read more: Caitlin Doughty: Mortician + Death Activist | Rising Stars | OZY
children is this a momento mori? The little one leaning against the mom doesn't look quite right?!
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Post Mortem Photo's
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Post Mortem Photos...a bit creepy but at the same time very interesting
This explains exactly how I feel in regards to collecting postmortem photography. Many ask why I am so dark and morbid, but the truth is, I find the history and story behind the photographs is what inspires me. The love and connection these photos represent are an artform all their own.
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Post-Mortem Mother and Child
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Victorian photo of mother and child
Memento Mori - Photography -From the original poster, this is a confirmed post mortem image. Its unusual to see such injuries and very sad.
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Post Mortem Photography on Pinterest
Memento Mori -postmortem photography.
Victorian medical photo - lupus vulgaris corneal leucoma
1880 burn victim
Lupus vulgaris with Corneal Leukoma from The Burns Archive
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Tragic. A real photo postcard showing two sisters laid out in matching coffins. An inked inscription verso in a fine period hand identifies the girls as Claudia Severine Groth / Born Sept. 30, 1908 / Died Feb. 20, 1911 and Millie Cecelia / Born Dec. 25, 1910 / Died Feb. 21, 1911. Underneath this the inscription identifies their mother, Mrs E. O. Groth / Enderlin / N. Dak. The custom was to take a picture of the dead. This one was a post card?? For more on this follow the link to Memento Mori.
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Fotos Post Mortem - Rosana Raven☥~
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Maria Halloran Postmortem. Cabinet card, ca. 1890. Her eyes remind me of this woman's, though more sunken: www.flickr.com/...
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post mortem photography.
Memento Mori ("Remember your Mortality" in Latin) Death Photo. Victorian Era.
Postmortem photography. Titled "Maria Halloran" The Thanatos Archive
This is a beautiful postmortem photo. A little sleeping beauty with flowers placed in her hands and around her neck.
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This is a beautiful postmortem photo. A little sleeping beauty with flowers placed in her hands and around her neck. This was a Victorian mourning tradition.
postmortem little girl blonde hair flowers
Sweet girl, sleep tight.
What an artistically composed photo this is of a woman and daughter documenting their mourning. Really impactful photo.
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Mother and child in mourning this breaks my heart
Dead or Not? Post mortem photography - The Skull Illusion
Memento Mori Photograph : meaning postmortem photograph?
Memento Mori: Victorian Death Photos / Amazing photo of child and mother
Notice the painted eyes on the babies. At least one of these infants is deceased. In addition to the information regarding this photo that you can reach by clicking on the image, further information on the photo can be found here: http://blog.familytreemagazine.com/photodetectiveblog/CommentView,guid,2b9864f9-7959-4093-b597-e8d830291bbf.aspx#commentstart.
That poor women
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triplets pretty sure it's memento mori, look at the eyes, sad
Antique photo of couple with triplets, circa 1880 - 1900. Mom doesn't look too happy...
Antique photo of couple with triplets, circa 1880 - 1900. Check out the expressions on their faces!
triplets pretty sure it's Post mortem, look at the eyes, sad
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Ornate framed memorial Post Mortem photo with human hair, shadow box. Remembrance cabinet card photograph circa 1885, by photographer Leon Huisman of Liege Belgium.
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Mourning Memento Mori Hair Art HUGE ! 19" x 16"..containing Hair Art, Cabinet Card...Dates, Hand Beading, and the Original Frame.
A mourning mother with her baby or a post mortem image of a mother and her child. Late 1870s.
Tintype, 1870. Postmortem?