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Woman in Green Dress. 1908. Autochrome portrait of woman seated on a couch, in a green dress with feathered hat. DESCRIPTION William H. Towles, active from 1890 into the 1930s, is said to have made Washington, D.C.'s first autochrome. Autochromes are among the first commercially successful forms of color photography. The color dyes in the photographs are held by potato starch.

Autochrome, Portrait of a Woman in a Green Dress, 1908 William H. Towles, active from 1890 into the

Reading by the round window ca. 1911

vintage everyday: Women in Autochrome – Breathtaking Color Portrait Photos of Women in the Early Century

Portrait of Young Spanish Woman  National Geographic: Autochromes  ca. 1914

Jules Gervais Courtellemont, Clothing typical of Lagartera, Toledo, Spain, August 1924

England in 1928 - A young girl sells artificial flowers for charity on Alexandra Day, in Kent. The first Alexandra Rose Day was held in 1912; it commemorated the arrival in Britain of Princess Alexandra of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, from Denmark, in 1862.

In the late and early National Geographic sent photographer Clifton R. Adams to England to record its farms, towns and cities, .

Autochrome Plates. The most improbable object imaginable—the lowly, lumpy potato—played a leading role in the Great Leap Forward of color photography. In 1903 two imaginative French inventors, Auguste and Louis Lumière, seized the pomme de terre and made it the basis for a dazzling new imaging process they called the autochrome, an innovation that would transform a monochromatic world into one gleaming with color. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/in-living-color-161118412/?no-ist

Autochrome Plates. The most improbable object imaginable—the lowly, lumpy potato—played a leading role in the Great Leap Forward of color photography. In 1903 two imaginative French inventors, Auguste and Louis Lumière, seized the pomme de terre and made it the basis for a dazzling new imaging process they called the autochrome, an innovation that would transform a monochromatic world into one gleaming with color. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/in-living-color-161118412/?no-ist

Quelques belles du temps jadis (années 1920)

vintage everyday: 23 Rare and Stunning Color Portraits of French Women from the by Gustave Gain

vintage everyday: 23 Rare and Stunning Color Portraits of French Women from the 1920s

Gustave Gain: 23 Rare and Stunning Color Portraits of French Women from the

Maria, 1929

Unknown portrait named “Maria” Karel Šmirous Filmcolor cm, 1929 – 1955 Owner of the original autochrome: National Technica.

boxofdelights: “Edwardian beauty Forever in Style ”

- Dee comments: I get the impression that this lady was a force to reckon with, smart but careful to hide it, resourceful and pragmatic with a talent that made her husband's fortune. She has a look of determination but is very diplomatic

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French photographer Gustave Gain was born in Cherbourg, France on June As a chemist he keens on photography and relate.

clarice mayne by bassano, c. clarice mayne february 1886 – 16 january was a music hall and variety theatre singer and performer

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19 Kisses Captured At The Perfect Moment: Marlene Dietrich kisses a GI as he arrives home from World War II in this is just a heart warming beautiful photo.

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