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Portrait photography

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:

Digital Work

Digital surrogate of Portrait of the poet, Thomas Moore

Dates: 1-30 Apr 1844; Digitized: 26 Jul 2023
Digital Work
Collection

Early photographs and ephemera collected by Geoffrey Batchen

Daguerreotypes and ephemera collected by Professor Geoffrey Batchen, relating to the early history of photography in Britian and with particular emphasis on the relationship between photography and printing.
Extents: 2 Linear metres (10 boxes)
Dates: 1825-1950; Majority of material found within 1825-1873
Single Item

Four photographs from waste developer by Andrés Pardo

Four photographs made from waste developer by the Uruguayan alternative photographer Andrés Pardo.
Shelfmark: MS. 22909 photogr.
Extents: 4 items
Dates: 2018-2023
Item

From the Life - John Frederick Goddard instructs Nicolaas Henneman and Charles Porter, 8 Apr 1842

A group portrait posed against a pale backdrop, showing John Frederick Goddard instructing Nicolaas Henneman and Charles Porter.Surface has slick glossy coating.On the verso, written in pencil, is "Probably Talbot's assistants".
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/19
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 8 Apr 1842
Item

Group of seven adults and children in front of a backdrop, 1-30 Apr 1844

A group of seven people in front of a backdrop, dated between 1-30 Apr 1844. From left to right: An unidentified woman, possibly the Talbot family's nursemaid, Eliza Frayland; Horatia Gaisford; Matilda Caroline; either Thomas Moore or Sir David Brewster; Ela Theresa; Rosamond Constance Talbot; and an unidentified woman, possibly Thomas Moore's wife, Bessy.On the verso, written in pencil, is "Horatia is central figure with curls looking down. Tom Moore in tall hat. Ela, Rosamond…
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/3
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1-30 Apr 1844
Digital Work
Item

Group portrait of three men, possibly including Sir David Brewster in top hat, 6 Apr 1842

A group portrait of three men. Two of the men are unidentified, the third wearing the top hat is possibly Sir David Brewster.Margin corners are clipped.On the verso, written in pencil, is "Probably the 3 assistants".
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/18
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 6 Apr 1842
Item

Horatia playing Amélina's harp, 1 May 1843

Portrait of Horatia Gaisford playing Amélina Petit de Billier's harp. On the verso, written in pencil, is "Horatia (the player the harp)". The name "Lady Mount Edgecumbe" is also written, but has been crossed out.This is the only known print of the image.
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/1
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1 May 1843
Collection

The Hyman Collection of British Photographs

One hundred prints of 20th century British photographers donated by Claire and James Hyman.
Extents: 1.0 Linear metre (9 boxes)
Dates: 1928-1994
Item

Nicolaas Henneman seated at a chess table, n.d.

Nicolaas Henneman seated at a chess table. This print appears to be a cropped version of a larger negative that shows Henneman playing chess with an unidentified man seated to his left.On the verso, written in pencil, is "One of the Assistants. Nicolaas Henneman". A misspelling of the name, "Nicholaas", has been crossed out.
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/20
Extents: 1 item
Dates: n.d.
Item

Nicolaas Henneman seated on a horse mount block, probably at Lacock Abbey, n.d.

Portrait of Nicolaas Henneman seated on a horse mount block, probably at Lacock Abbey. The photograph is attributed to Calvert Richard Jones and Henry Fox Talbot.The reverse of the album leaf is blank.
Found in: Photograph album
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 4, item 23
Extents: 1 item
Dates: n.d.
Item

Nicolaas Henneman with a step ladder and hammer, set against a backdrop, 9 Aug 1842

Nicolaas Henneman with a step ladder and hammer, set against a backdrop. This album page is shared with another print, 'Statuette of a boy reading and a classical urn with head of Medusa', shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 4, item 20.Written on the album page in pencil, the image is captioned "Nicholaas Henneman (one of Talbots assistants)".The reverse of the album leaf is blank.There is only one other known print of this image.
Found in: Photograph album
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 4, item 19
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 9 Aug 1842
Collection

Paddy Summerfield's 'Empty Days' photographs

Paddy Summerfield's 'Empty Days' photographs.
Extents: 1.0 Linear metre (3 boxes)
Dates: c.1970-2015