There is also the book by G. Wharton Simpson, On the Production of Photographs in Pigments, Swan`s Process. Which contains an original carbon print frontispiece from an image by H.P.Robinson.
Also The Photo Miniature series of 1900,…"
It is very surprising about the lack of evidence and recognised images, but the search is on.
You probably have most of the information but here goes:
Jane Nina Wigley opened a Daguerreotype Portrait Gallery in 1845 in the Royal Arcade,…"
I have some information relating to Jane Nina Wigley and her time in Newcastle. Including details from adverts in local papers and business directories, which I can share with you if you wish.
Unfortunately, I have not , and have never…"
At a time when there was no radio, no telephone, no television and no cinema, the Victorians had … THE STEREOSCOPE !Photo historian and Director of the London Stereoscopic Company DENIS PELLERIN takes us on a 3-D journey through the wonders of stereoscopy and shares his passion for those images, most of them from DR. BRIAN MAY’s collection which, for the past five years, he has been fortunate to curate and promote through talks, books, articles and exhibitionsTickets £5 and £3 concession…See More