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American Museum of Photography: 160th Anniversary of Photography's Birth
The one-of-a-kind daguerreotypes in this exhibition were among 240 Southworth & Hawes images rediscovered last year in a basement in Marblehead, Massachusetts. The daguerreotypes--unknown and unseen for 60 years--sold for more than three million ...
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: A Curious and Ingenious Art: Reflections on Daguerreotypes at Harvard
Daguerreotypy, invented in 1839 by the Frenchman Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre, was a method of capturing an image projected by a camera obscura onto silver-coated copper plates. In this process, the plates were sensitized with iodine vapor, expose...
Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery: Moments in Time: Master Photographs from the Currier
I think there is enough variety in this exhibit to pique people's
interest,'' says Maureen Ahern, director of the Thorne-Sagendorph.
Photographs range from portraits of scientists Albert Einstein and
Charles Darwin to artists Andy Warhol and...
Sanford L. Smith & Associates: New York Photography Fair
The show offers something for everyone. This is a downtown
show, said Sanford Smith, with a mix of emerging and
established dealers that appeals to both younger and seasoned
National Gallery of Scotland: Rosslyn: Country Of Painter And Poet
For over 200 years, Rosslyn has attracted countless artists, writers and antiquaries and by the nineteenth century the Castle, Chapel and Glen were placed firmly on the tourist map of Scotland.
The chapel was built in 1446 by Sir William St....
Carnegie Museum of Art: Light: The Industrial Age 1750-1900, Art and Science, Technology and Society
Light! was organized in partnership with the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, where it was previously on view.
Pittsburgh is the only other venue for this remarkable exhibition. The exhibition is sponsored by Bayer
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego: Small World: Dioramas in Contemporary Art
The diorama is, like its relative the panorama, an eighteenth-century innovation, a
pre-cinematic form of entertainment and education intended to provide views of
significant places and events. Fir...
Further Artwork and Information:
A History of Photography, by Robert Leggat: DAGUERRE, Louis Jacques Mande
The Daguerreotype: The Daguerreian Society homepage
Louis Daguerre Chonology
Louis Daguerre (1280 - 1348) Biography, Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
MSN Encarta - Louis Daguerre
Wikipedia: Louis Daguerre
Exposition sur Daguerre accueil
Daguerre, Louis Jacques Mandé
Louis Daguerre Online
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