Resource: New 19th-century stereoviews website

After over thirty years of collecting stereoscopic photos, I decided to create an online database documenting my holdings, which I hope will be of interest to fellow collectors and photo historians. As an initial offering you will find the work of the Genre specialists of the 1850s and 60s: James Elliott, Alfred Silvester, C.E.Goodman, J.Reynolds, Toby, Henri Lefort, James Eastlake, Samuel Poulton, The Gaudin Brothers, Michael Burr, along with Still Life and Group Studies by William England and T.R.Williams. Oh, and a collection of stereoscopic Cats.

In time I will add Landscape views by G.W.Wilson, William Russell Sedgfield and Francis Bedford, The International Exhibition of 1862 and a miscellany of other stereoscopic delights.  I expect to be scanning happily for years to come.

Jonathan Ross


Image: William England, artistic group. 



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  • Thanks for creating this new resource - I've already found it helpful.

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