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Albumen Print From Wax Paper Negative Gallery

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Choose from 7 pictures in our Albumen Print From Wax Paper Negative collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


View of a Village, late 1850s. Creator: Domini (French, 1829-1895)
View of a Village, late 1850s. Creator: Domini (French, 1829-1895)
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Rural Scene with Stone Building and Cross, c. 1857. Creator: Charles-Fortunat-Paul-Casimir Perier
Rural Scene with Stone Building and Cross, c. 1857. Creator: Charles-Fortunat-Paul-Casimir Perier
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Mr. Leroux in the Role of Alceste in Le Misanthrope, mid-1850s
Mr. Leroux in the Role of Alceste in Le Misanthrope, mid-1850s
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Harbour, Swansea, Wales, 1855. Creator: Alfred Rosling (British, 1802-c. 1880s)
Harbour, Swansea, Wales, 1855. Creator: Alfred Rosling (British, 1802-c. 1880s)
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Cathedral from Corso Francesco, Milan, 1857. Creator: Leon Gerard (French)
Cathedral from Corso Francesco, Milan, 1857. Creator: Leon Gerard (French)
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Taj Mahal, Back View of the Rest-House, with Figure, c. 1858-1862. Creator: John Murray (British)
Taj Mahal, Back View of the Rest-House, with Figure, c. 1858-1862. Creator: John Murray (British)
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River Landscape, Scotland, c. 1858. Creator: Captain Horatio Ross (British, 1801-1886)
River Landscape, Scotland, c. 1858. Creator: Captain Horatio Ross (British, 1801-1886)
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Taj Mahal, Back View of the Rest-House, with Figure, c. 1858-1862. Creator: John Murray (British Featured Image

Taj Mahal, Back View of the Rest-House, with Figure, c. 1858-1862. Creator: John Murray (British

Taj Mahal, Back View of the Rest-House, with Figure, c. 1858-1862. Although Dr. John Murray enjoyed a distinguished medical career as a surgeon, administrator, and leader in the fight against cholera, he is now best known for his superb paper negative photographs of India. Having lived near the Taj Mahal in the city of Agra for 20 years, Dr. Murray took great interest in the monument, photographing it from numerous perspectives and under varying light conditions. In this print, he chose an elevated viewpoint to compose an intriguing rendering of the Rest-House. The paper negative was waxed before sensitizing, improving its translucency and allowing the photographer to render his architectural subject matter in broad areas of light and dark, emphasizing the building's bold geometric forms. The surrounding, picturesque landscape adds both visual interest and complexity to the composition. Seated figures in the foreground provide an indication of scale and the sense of wonder that might be experienced in the presence of this vast monument

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