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Nicolaas Henneman seated with net, and man with basket, n.d.

MS. 21088 photogr. 2, item 4
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Nicolaas Henneman seated and holding a net, with an unidentified man holding a basket standing to his right. Original photograph probably taken at Lacock Abbey.

Along the lower edge of the album page, written in ink, the image is captioned "d'après Nature".

The reverse of the album leaf is blank.


  • Creation: n.d.


1 item

Language of Materials

  • English
  • French

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MS. 21088 photogr. 2, item 4

Biographical / Historical

Nicolaas Henneman (1813-1898) was Henry Fox Talbot's valet, photographic assistant and collaborator.

Lacock Abbey is a country house and former nunnery located in the village of Lacock, Wiltshire. It came into the ownership of successive generations of the Talbot family and was inherited by Henry Fox Talbot in the 19th century. Many aspects of the site feature in his photographs, including the cloister. His granddaughter, Matilda Theresa Talbot, inherited the Abbey in 1916 and donated the property to the National Trust in 1944.

Other Finding Aids

See also the Talbot Catalogue Raisonné, a detailed inventory of Talbot photographs located around the world. The Catalogue Raisonné is organised by Schaaf number. The Schaaf number for this item is Schaaf 964.

Existence and Location of Copies

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Physical Facet

Artifact type: Salted Paper Print; Process type: Calotype; Type: Print in album


Image dimensions: height 146mm x width 196mm

Repository Details

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