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The Practice of Photography. A Manual for Students and Amateurs. (3rd Edition)

Artist:
Philip Henry Delamotte (British, 1821–1889)
Date:
1850s
Medium:
Salted paper print
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
David Hunter McAlpin Fund, 1960
Accession Number:
60.644
Not on view
Inscription: Wet stamp front endpaper "Cundall & Miller Norwich"
R.D. Gurney, Ltd.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Advocating Photography: The David Hunter McAlpin Fund," March 4, 1986–May 4, 1986.

Book contains one salted paper print from a collodion-on-glass negative by Philip Henry Delamotte of a view of a castle with a harbor and ships in the foreground.
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[Exterior View of Facade and Fountains; Exterior View of Side Pavilion; Exterior Side View of Central Transept; Exterior Side View of Central Trancept with Reclining Figure in Foreground]

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[Two Gentlemen Seated on the Grounds of the Palace; The Palace from the Rosary; Cascades and North End of Palace; General View of Gardens and Fountains]

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[View of Fountains; Nave Looking North; Screen of the Kings and Queens of England]

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