I have five of these. You probably have them already in your list, but just in case:
Our morning dress at the seaside
Carte de visite of a young lady who is engaged
An Impudent Wave
Caught in a Squall
How's your Poor Feet
I am very…"
Thanks for the Garibaldi stereo information a few months ago. I am still working on it…
But I have a new question for you. Someone identified the strip in English on an Italian stereoview as being for an “English edition of a…"
"Denis, does the LSC in its archives/library have any information about William England ? I am keen to do more research on him, especially to learn more about his commission whilst working for LSC to shoot HRH "Bertie" and Princess…"
you are right. It cannot be Garibaldi. The features, especially the eyes, do not match at all. Interesting that the caption on your card says it is Garibaldi and that the card was sold as being a portrait from life. Could he be a…"
This is definitely Garibalidi. We have two stereoscopic portraits apparently taken on the same day and in the same studio in Dr. Brian May's Collection. I will fish them out and send you as much information as I can on those pictures. I…"
I am afraid PM has nothing to do with Philippe Delamotte. It stands for Papeterie Marion. A. Marion and Co. were French stationers who had premises in Paris, city Bergère, and in London, Regent Street. They specialised in anything…"
Denis, does the LSC in its archives/library have any information about William England ? I am keen to do more research on him, especially to learn more about his commission whilst working for LSC to shoot HRH "Bertie" and Princess Alexandra!!
Hi Denis, I just re-subscribed to SW and received the latest issue a couple of days ago. I found you recent article fascinating as I have a couple of the Eastlake images but did not understand their significance. I look forward to reading the other articles in due course.