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Albert Sands Southworth Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Albert Sands Southworth collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Untitled (Rev. Daniel Sharp, Congregationalist Preacher), 1850
Untitled (Rev. Daniel Sharp, Congregationalist Preacher), 1850
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Untitled (Erastus Hopkins, Free Soiler), 1852. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth
Untitled (Erastus Hopkins, Free Soiler), 1852. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth
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Untitled (Boston Customs House), 1850. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth
Untitled (Boston Customs House), 1850. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth
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Untitled (Self-Portrait of Josiah Johnson Hawes), 1865. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth
Untitled (Self-Portrait of Josiah Johnson Hawes), 1865. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth
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Untitled (Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts), 1850
Untitled (Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts), 1850
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Untitled (A Woman in Bonnet and Shawl, with her Seated Son), c. 1850
Untitled (A Woman in Bonnet and Shawl, with her Seated Son), c. 1850
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The Letter, c. 1850. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth, Josiah Johnson Hawes
The Letter, c. 1850. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth, Josiah Johnson Hawes
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Portrait of a Boy, 1853-1855. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth, Josiah Johnson Hawes
Portrait of a Boy, 1853-1855. Creators: Albert Sands Southworth, Josiah Johnson Hawes
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A Bride and Her Bridesmaids, 1851 or later. Creator: Josiah Johnson Hawes (American
A Bride and Her Bridesmaids, 1851 or later. Creator: Josiah Johnson Hawes (American
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A Bride and Her Bridesmaids, 1851 or later. Creator: Josiah Johnson Hawes (American Featured Image

A Bride and Her Bridesmaids, 1851 or later. Creator: Josiah Johnson Hawes (American

A Bride and Her Bridesmaids, 1851 or later. Southworth, a druggist, and Hawes, a carpenter and self-taught painter, operated a daguerreotype studio together in Boston that served the city's elite. Masters of the aesthetic and technical aspects of the medium, they built the first skylight in Boston to supply a clear, strong light in their studio. Another of their innovations was the addition of an extra layer of silver to their plates to enhance the luminosity and level of polish of their daguerreotypes. This medallion portrait is an example of the most difficult and expensive portrait mode of the 1850s. A daguerreotype plate was first masked and then a perforated template was moved around to take separate exposures on the same plate using a mechanism Southworth patented

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