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Brian May and Denis Pellerin present an evening of Victorian fantasies, seen through the stereoscope.Queen guitarist and passionate stereocard collector Brian May, and photography historian Dennis Pellerin, are co-authors of several collections of stereographs – double photographs from the Victorian era which, seen through special viewers, create remarkable 3D images.First developed as a scientific toy, the stereographs was soon considered a remarkable instrument of entertainment and education.…See More
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Talk, 3-D projection, live models and book signingMusician Brian May joins fellow historians Denis Pellerin and Professor Lynda Nead in conversation about crinoline. Popular at various periods since the mid-19th century, crinoline is typically described as a stiffened or structured petticoat designed to hold out a woman's skirt.In association with “Undressed: A brief history of underwear”, and with the use of 3D projection, the speakers discuss why it became such an object of fascination and…See More
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"Dear Robert Have you seen the entry at: http://www.photolondon.org.uk/pages/details.asp?pid=5707 ? Best Gerlind"
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"Great picture and great event indeed! Thanks for posting this, Ian! You captured me taking a stereo photo with my Fuji W3:  "
Jul 14, 2013
Graham Harrison left a comment for Gerlind-Anicia Lorch
"Hi Gerlind, Lovely meeting you yesterday at the RPS day of reconstructions and demonstrations. This is the Verascope story, which I think you already know about. There is also one William England image on Getty Images Wall Street 1859. With all good…"
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"Hi Gerlind, Lovely meeting you yesterday at the RPS day of reconstructions and demonstrations. I think you already know about this the recent rediscovery of a Verascope camera that once belonged to the French Army. There's also one William…"
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William England: article in “Stereo World” magazine

I have attached an article on William England I wrote for the current issue of “Stereo World” magazine. Please have a look at it –  maybe you can help answer some questions.Article reproduced by kind permission of http://www.stereoworld.org/Thanks and best regardsGerlind…See More
Oct 14, 2012
Gerlind-Anicia Lorch replied to Gerlind-Anicia Lorch's discussion William England still lifes
"Hi Peter Thanks for your reply. Yes, I know the TRW skeleton leaves view. In the meantime I have already received a scan of the WE view I was looking for.  Best Gerlind"
Mar 4, 2012
Peter Blair replied to Gerlind-Anicia Lorch's discussion William England still lifes
"Hi Gerlind if you look on Brian May's London Stereoscopic Company website you will see examples of these still-lifes which he has ascribed to TR Williams regards Peter"
Mar 2, 2012
Gerlind-Anicia Lorch commented on Gerlind-Anicia Lorch's blog post William England: Wales series
"Hi Graham Many thanks in advance! In case you come across any other stereo from this series could you please send me a scan (email: william.england@web.de)? Thanks! Best Gerlind "
Feb 25, 2012
Graham Wood commented on Gerlind-Anicia Lorch's blog post William England: Wales series
"Hello Gerlind I have certainly seen some stereos on this mount , but didn't relate them to William England , although the similarity to the U.S series is striking in these  examples - i will have a look to see if i have kept any , it may…"
Feb 24, 2012
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William England: Wales series

Hi everybody! I am looking for further stereos from the “New Series Welch Views” which is most probably by William England. I have attached two images (No. 11 and No. 13).  Does anybody have further information on this series or more scans for me?  Thanks and best regards.Gerlind…See More
Feb 24, 2012

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William England / research

Hi everybody!

I am a photo historian from Germany and I am writing a PhD thesis on
William England at the University of Hamburg. I would like to find out more about
the early phase of England’s career. He is supposed to have worked as a
daguerreotypist in the 1840s. – Does anybody have further information on
this? I would be grateful for any other hints or suggestions regarding
(private) collections etc. Please contact me by e-mail:
william.england@web.de

Thanks and best regards, Gerlind

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William England: article in “Stereo World” magazine

I have attached an article on William England I wrote for the current issue of “Stereo World” magazine. Please have a look at it –  maybe you can help answer some questions.

Article reproduced by kind permission of http://www.stereoworld.org/

Thanks and best regards

Gerlind…

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William England: Wales series

Hi everybody! I am looking for further stereos from the “New Series Welch Views” which is most probably by William England. I have attached two images (No. 11 and No. 13).  Does…

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At 9:11 on July 8, 2013, Graham Harrison said…

Hi Gerlind,

Lovely meeting you yesterday at the RPS day of reconstructions and demonstrations. This is the Verascope story, which I think you already know about. There is also one William England image on Getty Images Wall Street 1859.

With all good wishes,

Graham

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At 6:08 on September 11, 2009, Muriel Morris said…
Dear Gelind,
I would be delighted to help and share information. Did you know that William England was related by marriage to Walter Bentley Woodbury?
Muriel
At 19:05 on June 28, 2009, Peter Blair said…
Hi Gerlind
I collect stereoviews of the Alps and my interest in William England is purely his Alpine Club series. I have around 300 of these views, which is maybe around one third of the total issued including variants. I am also a member of the Alpine Club. They possess an album of photographs from his first tour of the Alps in 1863 with 150 images in it (24 5x4 inch and 126 stereo singletons).
happy to help on anything to do with this series of photos
regards
Peter
At 20:26 on June 21, 2009, Graham Wood said…
Hello Gerlind
Have sent scans of some Sandringham views - like all LSC views they are not credited to William England , but are very much in his style
I assume you have been in touch with Hartmut Wettman who is a keen collecter of WE in Germany & Peter Blair , also on this site is a collector of WE Swiss views
Graham
At 22:36 on June 20, 2009, Graham Wood said…
Hello Gerlind
I have a collection of stereoviews by William England which covers most of the series he produced , Ireland , Paris , America , 1862 Exhibition , Sandringham , Switzerland , Rhine , Italy , Tyrol etc , but unfortunately as yet haven't got round to doing much in the way of research on him
Not all series as comprehensive as i would like , but happy to give any help i can
Graham
 
 
 

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