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1800s photography

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for 1800s photography. Get inspired and try out new things.
Reverie Roses ca 1860 by Oscar GustaveRejlander

View Reverie Roses, ca. 1860 by Oscar Gustave Rejlander on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Oscar Gustave Rejlander.


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Extraordinary Photographs by Léonard Misonne - Flashbak

These superb photographs taken by the Belgian photographer Léonard Misonne (1870-1943) elevate the everyday into fine art. Missone’s artistry, his eye for composition, light and mood, encourage us to share his thoughts and emotions. Form takes over from subject matter and content. They are extraordinary pictorial photographs, as poetic as Andrei Tarkovsky’s sublime Polaroids. … Continue reading "Extraordinary Photographs by Léonard Misonne"

Bad boys always sizzle, even in the 1800s.

Well, they sure don't make 'em like they used to! Check out notable hotties from the past and start praying that someday they will time travel to us, like Ichabod Crane in FOX's new series Sleepy Hollow, airing Mondays at 9/8c.

Why Victorian Men Had Glorious Beards

"The Age of the Beard" at the Florence Nightingale Museum in London examines through photographs the Victorian mania for elaborate facial hair.

Vintage Photo : Mary Obiera Stodghill Rooks

Written on back: "MRS. EARLIE IGNATIUS ROOKS NEE MARY OBIERA STADGHILL 1874-1948 PICTURE TAKEN AT ALAPAHA, GA. ABOUT 1905 Belongs to BRR" Mary Obiera Stodghill was born on May 15, 1874, in Jackson, Georgia, her father, James, was 20, and her mother, Martha, was 19. She married Earlie Ignatius Rooks on December 10, 1893, in her hometown. She died on December 18, 1948, at the age of 74, and was buried in Jackson, Georgia. You are welcome to pin, re-post, embed and share this image, but please…