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Hello all Does anyone have information on a photographer named George B. Moore, perhaps an amateur, that was active ca. late 1850s or 1860s?Thank you very much, Nuno B. A. Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Nuno Borges de Araújo Dec 14, 2011.
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Ramires, Alexandre (2014) The Voyage of the Daguerreotype. On the Daguerreotypes and Physionotypes of the Oriental Hydrographe, Coimbra: author's edition. This text provides documental support for the first daguerreotype experience in Portugal, in October 1939, and the probable daguerreotype practice in islands of Madeira and Canarias latter in the same month. It also…Continue
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I regret to inform you that my friend and member of this website José Luís Madeira died on April, 10th. He developed an important work in Portuguese photographic history, at several levels, and left unfinished books and exhibition projects, in particular those concerning Lisbon and Portuguese India photographic history. His death was a severe blow to the knowledge of these subjects in Portugal. I here pay my tribute to the friend and to his work.
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Thank for the fast reply Nuno, i am in contact with Alexandre.
He is sending me one copy !
I've been looking for this book for a long time. I know it is in the Pompeu Fabra University, the National Library of Spain, the George Eastman Museum and the National Art Gallery Library in Ny. All this libraries are far from where I live.
I wonder if any of you can help me find it ?
For those of you who are interested in this first photographic journey until South America
Here you will find the latest book on the subject : "El Oriental-Hydrographe y la fotografía / La primera expedición alrededor del mundo con un “arte al alcance de todos (1839-1840)" by María Inez Turazzi and the Centro de fotografía de Montevideo (CDF).
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