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Graham Harrison commented on Holly Schulte's blog post Reversible plate holders w “a vertical cut-off board”, c1920s Australia?
"Not at all Holly. "
Mar 28
Graham Harrison commented on Holly Schulte's blog post Reversible plate holders w “a vertical cut-off board”, c1920s Australia?
"Maybe contact a Darrin Hill of College Station, Texas? He posted a pic of a "split-back" plate camera which could produce images like that on the 'Historic Camera' Facebook page just now."
Mar 27
Graham Harrison commented on Michael Pritchard's blog post For sale: D O Hill's Rock House, Edinburgh
"Rock House was put on the market in November 2014 for £1.2 million. It was bought and renovated by designers Jonathan Reed and Graeme Black and made available for short term lets through agents Dickins Edinburgh who began letting the property…"
Sep 28, 2016
Gerlind-Anicia Lorch left a comment for Graham Harrison
"Hi Graham Lovely meeting you too! Thanks for the info and the link! Best wishes Gerlind"
Jul 9, 2013
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The history men: Helmut Gernsheim and Nicéphore Niépce

Born one hundred and fifty years apart the achievements of the struggling landowner and inventor Nicéphore Niépce and the groundbreaking photo historian Helmut Gernsheim were inextricably linked when Gernsheim rediscovered Niépce’s long-lost first photograph in a trunk. Graham Harrison looks at the exploits of the photographer turned…See More
May 3, 2013
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Me, Man Ray and a dead Proust

On The Graham Harrison blog ...Me, Man Ray and a dead ProustFor the critics Man Ray’s best work was his photography, especially his nudes and portraits. In 1975 Graham Harrison asked the ageing surrealist if he could take a portrait of his own but was only allowed a long-shot across a gallery. The result was an image Harrison felt uneasy about, until recently.See More
Feb 6, 2013
Graham Harrison commented on Mark Haworth-Booth's blog post Raymond Moore
"Great. Thank you Mark. Very informative. The Weeping Ash pages are a useful resource as Andy says. Also there is Remember Ray Moore on Peter Marshall's >Re:PHOTO blog which neatly links to an essay by Peter on Weeping Ash. Kind regards,…"
Oct 16, 2010
Graham Harrison commented on Mark Haworth-Booth's blog post Raymond Moore
"Dear Mark, You say 'Ray's work will soon be presented in an exhibition of post-war British art in Barcelona.' Have the full details of this show been released yet ? Best wishes, Graham"
Oct 16, 2010
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Oct 16, 2010

Tony Ray-Jones and the Lyrical Origin of Parrworld 

‘Only in England,’ the inaugural exhibition at the Media Space, the London venue for the National Photography Collection, places Martin Parr’s early black and white project, The Non-Conformists, beside the work of Tony Ray-Jones who Parr cites as a major influence. Graham Harrison visits the Science Museum to take a look.

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The history men: Helmut Gernsheim and Nicéphore Niépce

Born one hundred and fifty years apart the achievements of the struggling landowner and inventor Nicéphore Niépce and the groundbreaking photo historian Helmut Gernsheim were inextricably linked when Gernsheim rediscovered Niépce’s long-lost first photograph in a trunk. Graham Harrison looks at the exploits of the…

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Posted on May 2, 2013 at 9:30

Me, Man Ray and a dead Proust

On The Graham Harrison blog ...

Me, Man Ray and a dead Proust

For the critics Man Ray’s best work was his photography, especially his nudes and portraits. In 1975 Graham Harrison asked the ageing surrealist if he could take a portrait of his own but was only allowed a long-shot across a gallery. The result was an image Harrison felt uneasy about, until recently.

Posted on February 6, 2013 at 9:58

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At 18:40 on July 8, 2013, Gerlind-Anicia Lorch said…

Hi Graham

Lovely meeting you too! Thanks for the info and the link!

Best wishes

Gerlind

 
 
 

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