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michaelg commented on Stéphanie Hornstein's blog post Exhibition review: John Thomson at SOAS’s Brunei Gallery
"A more considered and closer reading of Thomson's writing indicates to me that he was a more complex individual. He was not as Stephanie indicated and wrote ' like many of his contemporaries etc.,'. Being of an enquiring mind his…"
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sarah kennel commented on Stéphanie Hornstein's blog post Exhibition review: John Thomson at SOAS’s Brunei Gallery
"Please note that Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA will be exhibiting two copies (one bound, one that has been previously disbound) of Thomson's album Foochow and the River Min in the summer of 2019. These extraordinary carbon prints offer a…"
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John B Turner commented on Stéphanie Hornstein's blog post Exhibition review: John Thomson at SOAS’s Brunei Gallery
"Thank you for this thoughtful review. Please see below my post concerning how I suspected the "Thomson" photographs to be presented to the detriment of his intentions, to add to this conversation. Kind Regards, John B Turner Posted…"
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Exhibition review: John Thomson at SOAS’s Brunei Gallery

Exhibiting historic photography is no easy task. To start with, it’s a conservator’s nightmare: nineteenth-century prints are physically fragile and chemically unstable and any prolonged exposure to light causes irremediable damage. Add to this the fact that they are usually quite small black and white…

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