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Photographs by Llewelyn, Henneman and Bridges, 1851, n.d.

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MS. WHF Talbot photogr. 9

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Comprises:
  1. Salt print attributed to John Dillwyn Llewelyn, forest scene, n.d.
  2. Eight albumen prints by Nicolaas Henneman of Signor Sentura, Nov 1851, with its captioned newspaper wrapper [LA875, Schaaf 3704]
  3. Salt print from a calotype negative by Reverend George Bridges, Amphitheatre Taormina, with the title and 'Bridges' written on the negative, n.d.
  4. Salt print from a calotype negative by Reverend George Bridges, the Villa of Diomedes, Pompeii, inscribed in pencil on verso by Bridges: 'Villa of Diomedes, Pompeii. Why so red? sometimes the copies change for the better after a few days exposed to sun & air – should it be so?', n.d.
  5. Salt print from a calotype negative by Reverend George Bridges, 'Palermo from Regina Santa', inscribed in pencil on verso by Bridges: 'Why so dreadfully red? – it was perfect - & most minutely distinct – coming from copying frame – but turned thus in warm water – it is rain water as I have no other at hand – will you, my dear Sir, enlighten me on this point' and 'The rest darker', n.d.

Dates

  • 1851, n.d.

Extent

1 box

Language of Materials

  • English

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MS. WHF Talbot photogr. 9

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