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Topic: salted paper prints

1838
1838
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1979
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1979
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Facsimile of an Old Printed Page

Facsimile of an Old Printed Page

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

Vase with Medusa's Head

Vase with Medusa's Head

Although photogenic drawings made from direct contact with objects constituted Talbot's first success, the impetus for his photographic experiments came from his desire to capture images seen in a camera obscur... more

[Winter Trees, Reflected in a Pond]

[Winter Trees, Reflected in a Pond]

For some pictures Talbot turned his camera toward subjects traditionally thought suitable for artistic representation, scenes of picturesque beauty or sites of historic interest. For others he arranged objects ... more

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

The Haystack

The Haystack

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

Carclew House

Carclew House

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

[Wild Fennel]

[Wild Fennel]

Talbot's earliest pictures "impressed by the agency of light alone," as he described them, were photographic traces of botanical specimens laid on sheets of chemically sensitized paper and set in the sun. The p... more

[The Photographer's Daughter]

[The Photographer's Daughter]

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

A Bush of Hydrangea in Flower

A Bush of Hydrangea in Flower

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

Bust of Patroclus

Bust of Patroclus

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

Cloisters of Lacock Abbey

Cloisters of Lacock Abbey

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

St. Andrews (?). Ships in the Harbor

St. Andrews (?). Ships in the Harbor

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Lady, Standing

Lady, Standing

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

St. Andrews. The Fore Tower of the Castle

St. Andrews. The Fore Tower of the Castle

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[George Gordon (?)]

[George Gordon (?)]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Edinburgh. Greyfriars' Churchyard

Edinburgh. Greyfriars' Churchyard

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Entrance Gateway, Queen's College, Oxford

Entrance Gateway, Queen's College, Oxford

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

Presbytery of Dumbarton

Presbytery of Dumbarton

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Street Scene, Paris]

[Street Scene, Paris]

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

David Roberts

David Roberts

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

The Martyrs' Monument

The Martyrs' Monument

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

[Man]

[Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

William Leighton Leitch

William Leighton Leitch

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Sir Charles Lyell - Geologist

Sir Charles Lyell - Geologist

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Unidentified Woman

Unidentified Woman

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

William Etty, R.A.

William Etty, R.A.

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

William Borthwick Johnstone, William Leighton Leitch and David Scott as "The Monks of Kennaquhair" from Sir Walter Scott's "The Abbott"
Kenneth Macleay

Kenneth Macleay

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Bonaly Towers. Home of Lord Cockburn

Bonaly Towers. Home of Lord Cockburn

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

James Aytoun

James Aytoun

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Tree at Colinton

Tree at Colinton

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Rev. Dr. Keith

Rev. Dr. Keith

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Newhaven Fishwife

Newhaven Fishwife

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Man]

[Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Lord Robertson

Lord Robertson

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

St. Andrews. The Pends

St. Andrews. The Pends

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

St. Andrews

St. Andrews

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Master Finlay

Master Finlay

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

George Gilfillan and Samuel Brown

George Gilfillan and Samuel Brown

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

John Murray (Publisher)

John Murray (Publisher)

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

James Dymock

James Dymock

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Rev. Mr. Smith of Borgue

Rev. Mr. Smith of Borgue

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Unidentified Man]

[Unidentified Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Fisher Lassies

Fisher Lassies

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Bust of Patroclus

Bust of Patroclus

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

"Cookie" Miller

"Cookie" Miller

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Mr. and Mrs. John Thomson

Mr. and Mrs. John Thomson

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Lane and Lewis / Lane and Redding

Lane and Lewis / Lane and Redding

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Edinburgh.  The Scott Monument

Edinburgh. The Scott Monument

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

The Misses McCandlish

The Misses McCandlish

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

The 42nd Gordon Highlanders, Edinburgh Castle

The 42nd Gordon Highlanders, Edinburgh Castle

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Man]

[Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Rev. Charles John Brown

Rev. Charles John Brown

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

The Artist and the Grave Digger

The Artist and the Grave Digger

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

John Henning as Edie Ochiltree from Sir Walter Scott's "The Antiquary"
St. Andrews.  North Street, Fishergate

St. Andrews. North Street, Fishergate

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Newhaven Fisherman

Newhaven Fisherman

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Man]

[Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Bonaly Towers

Bonaly Towers

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Thomas Chalmers

Thomas Chalmers

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Edinburgh.  The Royal High School

Edinburgh. The Royal High School

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Dr. Welsh (Retiring Moderator of Gel' Assembly 1843)

Dr. Welsh (Retiring Moderator of Gel' Assembly 1843)

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Man]

[Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Sir William Allan, P.R.S.A.

Sir William Allan, P.R.S.A.

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Dr. Jabez Bunting

Dr. Jabez Bunting

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Robert Dundas Cay

Robert Dundas Cay

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Man]

[Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

View of the Boulevards of Paris

View of the Boulevards of Paris

In May 1843 Talbot traveled to Paris to negotiate a licensing agreement for the French rights to his patented calotype process. His invention used a negative-positive system and a paper base—not a copper suppor... more

Dr. Monro

Dr. Monro

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

St. Andrews

St. Andrews

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Dr. Arnold

Dr. Arnold

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Rev. Dr. Andrew Sutherland

Rev. Dr. Andrew Sutherland

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Bonaly Towers. Home of Lord Cockburn

Bonaly Towers. Home of Lord Cockburn

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Kenneth MaCleay, R.S.A.

Kenneth MaCleay, R.S.A.

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Patrick Byrne

Patrick Byrne

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Patrick Byrne

Patrick Byrne

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Sir John Jaffray and Dhanjiobai Nauroji

Sir John Jaffray and Dhanjiobai Nauroji

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Man]

[Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Dr. MacCulloch of Kelso and Greenock

Dr. MacCulloch of Kelso and Greenock

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Mrs. Marian Murray, Lady Stair

Mrs. Marian Murray, Lady Stair

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

"Edinburgh Ale" James Ballentine, Dr. George Bell, D.O. Hill

"Edinburgh Ale" James Ballentine, Dr. George Bell, D.O. Hill

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Newhaven Group

Newhaven Group

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

[Man]

[Man]

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Dr. Foulis

Dr. Foulis

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Edinburgh. Greyfriars' Churchyard

Edinburgh. Greyfriars' Churchyard

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Finlay Children

Finlay Children

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Newhaven Group

Newhaven Group

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

The Bridge of Orleans

The Bridge of Orleans

William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock)

Rev. James Scott

Rev. James Scott

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Miss Binney

Miss Binney

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Thomas Kitchenham Staveley, M.P. Ripon

Thomas Kitchenham Staveley, M.P. Ripon

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

The Misses McCandlish

The Misses McCandlish

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Newhaven

Newhaven

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Mrs. Grierson

Mrs. Grierson

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Moir (?) and John Wilson

Moir (?) and John Wilson

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Prof. John Wilson

Prof. John Wilson

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Dr. Welsh

Dr. Welsh

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Newhaven Family

Newhaven Family

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)

Rev. Dr. Thomas Chalmers

Rev. Dr. Thomas Chalmers

In 1843, four hundred ministers of the Church of Scotland met in Edinburgh to sign the Deed of Demission, resigning their positions and privileges in order to establish the Free Church of Scotland. Inspired by ... more

Rev. Thomas Jollie, Bowden

Rev. Thomas Jollie, Bowden

Hill and Adamson (British, active 1843–1848)