Album of salt prints by Fallon Horne, 1850-1860
Album of salt prints by Fallon Horne showing images of his family and friends.
- Creation: 1850-1860
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MS. 23051 photogr. 2
Wilson Centre Accession Number: 03:7394; Wilson Centre Accession Number 2: TC 360
Biographical / Historical
Fallon Horne was co-owner of Horne, Thornthwaite, and Wood, a London firm specializing in photographic apparatus and chemicals. He exhibited at the Royal Society of Arts and the Photographic Institution and contributed a complete Daguerreotype apparatus at the Great Exhibition. He died at the age of forty-four while visiting the Isle of Thanet in Kent, where he was born.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased at Sotheby's UK, 22/05/2003, Lot 22
Salt prints from a Calotype negative