Marie-Charles-Isidore Choisela and Stanislas Ratel: Landscape with Cottage
Choiselat Landscape, 1904 Daguerreotype, 1824 1904
Marie-Charles-Isidore Choiselat (French, 1815–1858); Stanislas Ratel (French, 1824–1904), Landscape with Cottage, 1845, Daguerreotype, 6 7/16 x 8 9/16 in. (16.4 x 21.7 cm).
Landscape with Cottage, 1845 Marie-Charles-Isidore Choiselat (French, 1815–1858), Stanislas Ratel (French, 1824–1904) Daguerreotype
Marie-Charles-Isidore Choiselat | [Landscape with Cottage] 1844 | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Henri-Charles Maniglier, ca. 1850 Unknown Artist, French School Daguerreotype
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About the time this photograph was taken, the sculptor Maniglier (1826–1901) was among the artists selected to execute the monumental sculptures that ornament Napoleon III's grandiose new Louvre. Exhibiting in the Salons of 1856, 1863, and 1868, Maniglier was also commissioned to carve an allegorical relief, "Science" and "Art," for Charles Garnier's Opéra, the last extravagant public building designed for the capital of the Second Empire.
Unknown, French Date: ca. 1850 Medium: Daguerreotype
Woman with Four Children, 1850s, daguerreotype by Alexandre Bertrand (French, b. 1822)
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Alexandre Bertrand, "Woman with Four Children", 1850s
Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum Mobile
The Metropolitan Museum Mobile - Art Object
Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros: The Salon of Baron Gros A French diplomat and gentleman amateur photographer, Baron Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros first learned of photography while stationed in Bogotà, Colombia, in the early 1840s. In the years that followed, he made daguerreotypes in South America, Greece, Egypt, London, and Paris that were greatly admired by his fellow photographers and continue to entrance viewers today with their startling detail and iridescent surface.
The Salon of Baron Gros, 1850–57 Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros (French, 1793–1870) Daguerreotype
Victorian House, Living Room, Sitting Room
Victorian interior photo of a beautiful victorian living room with roped tasseled entry ways and material wallpaper
The Salon of Baron Gros by Jean-Baptiste Louis Gros, a daguerrotype c. 1850-57, via the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros (French, 1793–1870) The Salon of Baron Gros, 1850–57, Daguerreotype. 22 x 17.1 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros (French, 1793–1870). The Salon of Baron Gros, 1850–57. Gros's exceptional mastery of the technical aspects of the daguerreotype was paired with a refined visual sensibility, seen here in the richness of the setting and the subtle and seductive play of light.
Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros (French, 1793–1870). The Salon of Baron Gros, 1850–57. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Salon of Baron Gros Artist: Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gros, French, 1793–1870 Date: 1850–57 Medium: Daguerreotype
littlepennydreadful: Victorian Sitting Room.
Charles Marville, (French, 1813–1879). Rue Traversine (from the Rue d'Arras), ca.1868. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Howard Stein, 2010. (2010.513.2) | This photograph is featured in "Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris," on view through May 4, 2014. #paris
Art Photography, Vintage Photo
Rue Traversine (from the Rue d'Arras) Charles Marville (French, Paris 1813–1879 Paris) Date: ca. 1868
Titre de l'image : Charles Marville - Rue Traversine, from rue d''Arras, Paris, between 1858-78 (b/w photo)
Charles Marville (French, Paris 1813–1879 Paris) Rue Traversine (from the Rue d’Arras) c. 1868
Charles Marville "Rue Traversine, from rue d''Arras, Paris 5e, between 1858-78 (b/w photo) "
Rue Traversine (from the Rue d'Arras), ca.1868. Charles Marville, French, 1813-1879.
gacougnol: “ Charles Marville Rue Traversine(from Rue d’Arras), Paris c. 1868 ”
Rue Traversine (from the Rue d'Arras), Paris ca. 1868. Charles Marville
Rue Traversine. Paris. 1868. Photographer: Charles Marville
James Hyatt Inhaling Chlorine Gas: ca 1850 - 1855
James Hyatt, Gas Peter, Inhaling Chlorine, Gas 1850, Hyatt Inhaling, Gas Daguerreotype, Peter Welling
ca. 1850-5, “James Hyatt Inhaling Chlorine Gas”, Peter Welling via the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gilman Collection
1bohemian: "James Hyatt Inhaling Chlorine Gas," daguerreotype portrait, early 1850’s. Doctors inhaled chlorine when dealing with suspected contagious patients and was also used as a treatment for pulmonary diseases in the period. By Peter Welling. sexy science
James Hyatt inhaling Chlorine gas... a self posed daguerrotype for his school children's textbook about the medical uses of the gas. He warns his young readers that overuse can lead to death. 1850-59.
ca. 1850-55, “James Hyatt Inhaling Chlorine Gas”, Peter Welling
James Hyatt Inhaling Chlorine Gas Peter Welling, 1850-55, Daguerreotype.
James Hyatt Inhaling Chlorine Gas: ca 1850 - 1855 -bad idea
James Hyatt Inhaling Chlorine Gas
Unknown / Female Nude at Mirror French, 1850 - 1852 Hand-colored daguerreotype
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"Nude at Mirror," 1850-1852, French. Daguerreotype, hand-colored. | The conspicuously crumpled cloth on the chair at the lower right of the image is a subtle reminder of the ordinary circumstances of the photographic sitting: this is not an actual glimpse into a boudoir but a model posing for a fictional scene. Perhaps the fabric was the model's clothing, unceremoniously cast off as she assumed the role of seductress for the camera.
Unknown French, 1850 - 1852 Hand-colored daguerreotype (Getty Museum)
hand-tinted French daguerreotype of a nude, ca. 1850-1852
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A regally elegant Victorian hairstyle captured on film ca. 1890. #hair #hairstyle #fashion #woman #portrait #Victorian #1800s #vintage #19th_century
Woman Seen from the Back, ca. 1862, Onésipe Aguado (French, 1827–1894), salted paper print from glass negative.
Onésipe Aguado, Woman Seen From the Back, 1862, Salted paper print from glass negative, 12 1/8 x 10 3/16″ (©Metropolitan Museum)
Onésipe Aguado, French (1827-1894), [Woman Seen from the Back], ca. 1862, Salted paper print from glass negative, 30.8 x 25.8 cm
[Woman Seen from the Back] / Onésipe Aguado de las Marismas / ca. 1862 / Salted paper print from glass negative / at the Met
[Woman Seen from the Back] Onésipe Aguado de las Marismas (French, Evry 1830–1893 Paris) Date: ca. 1862 Medium: Salted paper print from glass negative
Onésipe Aguado de las Marismas (French, 1830–1893). Woman Seen from the Back, ca. 1862. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gilman Collection, Purchase, Joyce F. Menschel Gift, 2005 (2005.100.1) | At once a portrait, a fashion plate, and a jest, this fascinating image expresses Aguado's whimsical mood, and is probably an extension of his work on foreshortening. #OneMetManyWorlds
Woman Seen from the Back, ca. 1862 Onésipe Aguado (French, 1827–1894) This picture is at once a portrait, a fashion plate, and a jest. The elaborate chignon (obviously the handiwork of a skillful maid), the discreet jewelry, and the luxurious fabrics all indicate a woman of rank, the epitome of comme il faut. A companion image showing the same woman in profile reveals a troubled countenance and a receding chin.
[Woman Seen from the Back] civil war era hair
1840s French Lady
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Leigh McKinnon 1840s French Lady She strongly reminds me of Adèle Hugo!
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1840s French Lady I love the bertha
1840s French Lady | par LJMcK
Charles Sumner: ca. 1850
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Charles Sumner by Albert Sands Southworth (Charles LeFevre)
Charles Sumner by Albert Sands Southworth
London by Alfred Buckham, pioneer of aerial photography. Despite nine crashes he said, “If one’s right leg is tied to the seat with a scarf or a piece of rope, it is possible to work in perfect security.”
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London by Alfred Buckham, pioneer of aerial photography | vintage everyday: Old London in the Nineteen-Twenties
liquidnight: Alfred Buckham London, circa 1920 From Wonderful London Vol. I [via Spitalfields Life]
London view by Alfred Buckham, pioneer of aerial photography. Despite nine crashes he said, “If one’s right leg is tied to the seat with a scarf or a piece of rope, it is possible to work in perfect security."
Early aerial photo of London by Alfred Buckham, 1920s. pic.twitter.com/DTqYaCtxL6
London by Alfred Buckham, pioneer of aerial photography. (c. 1920s)
London, circa 1920 by Alfred Buckham, on Tumblr
Commodore Charles Morris: ca. 1850
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Commodore Charles Morris by Josiah Johnson Hawes
Naval officer, Commodore Charles Morris 1850
(c. 1850) Commodore Charles Morris, US Navy
Commodore Charles Morris
Frederick Langenheim looking at Talbotypes, 1849-51. Daguerreotype.
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Frederick Langenheim looks at a set of Talbotypes (the paper negative process of photography invented by William Henry Fox Talbot), c.1850. The Langenheim brothers brought Talbotypes to the US as a cheaper, reproducible form of photography. This image is a daguerreotype. From the Met. Museum - go to their website to read more about this image.
Mrs. James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams): 1861
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vintage photo I would love to have seen what it was like to live back in these days. It seems so interesting to me.
Mrs. James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams), 1861 | daguerreotype: Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mrs. James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams). daguerreotype by Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes, 1861.
A daguerreotype of Mrs. James Thomas Fields (nee Annie Adams), 1861. Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes.
Mrs. James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams) Albert Sands Southworth (American, West Fairlee, Vermont 1811–1894 Charlestown, Massachusetts), 1861
Mrs. James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams), Southworth and Hawes, 1861. Metropolitan Museum of Art (37.14.27)
Albert Sands Southworth (1811-1894 American) • Mrs. James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams) Ca 1861
Mrs. James Thomas Fields (Annie Adams) 1861 Southworth and Hawes (American, active 1843–1863)
Annie Adams Fields (1834-1915) - Second wife of James Thomas Fields, who she encouraged to publish up and coming writers such as Sarah Orne Jewett and Emma Lazarus. She was a philanthropist and social reformer who founded the Holly Tree Inns and the Lincoln Street Home, a safe and inexpensive residence for unmarried working women. She also edited collections of letters and biographical sketches, including Harriet Beecher Stowe's. Photo by Albert Sands Southworth, 1861. (MMA)
1/4 plate daguerreotype of little boy on a large rocking horse. Possibly by Whipple.