Claude glass believed to be John Dee's scrying mirror, Europe, undated

Claude glass believed to be John Dee's scrying mirror, Europe, undated

Claude Lorrain Paintings | Not a Hipstamtic image, this is a Claude Lorrain painting.

Claude Lorrain Paintings | Not a Hipstamtic image, this is a Claude Lorrain painting.

the (17th C. ) Claude glass was ... the Hipstamatic or Instagram of its day: it presented lived reality as more beautiful and already in its documented form...

the (17th C. ) Claude glass was ... the Hipstamatic or Instagram of its day: it presented lived reality as more beautiful and already in its documented form...

Life Becomes Picturesque: Facebook and the Claude Glass

Life Becomes Picturesque: Facebook and the Claude Glass

Prima di Instagram c'era il Claude Glass

Claude Glass: The 18th Century Version of Instagram

Prima di Instagram c'era il Claude Glass

brief article on the Claude Glass

brief article on the Claude Glass

Claude glass:  late 18th century mirror carried by tourists.  "The device was typically pocket-size, with convex, gray-colored glass. When viewers looked into it, the convex shape pushed more scenery into a single focal point and the color of the glass changed the tones to be more pleasing to the eye by the standards of the contemporary picturesque paintings, which had a limited color palette. The constructed image was thought to be even more beautiful than reality."

Claude glass: late 18th century mirror carried by tourists. "The device was typically pocket-size, with convex, gray-colored glass. When viewers looked into it, the convex shape pushed more scenery into a single focal point and the color of the glass changed the tones to be more pleasing to the eye by the standards of the contemporary picturesque paintings, which had a limited color palette. The constructed image was thought to be even more beautiful than reality."

The Claude Glass, a sort of lens without the camera, was a convex pocket mirror used by artists in the 18th century to push more scenery into a single focal point, great for picturesque views.

The Claude Glass, a sort of lens without the camera, was a convex pocket mirror used by artists in the 18th century to push more scenery into a single focal point, great for picturesque views.

How to Make your own Claude Glass or Black Mirror

Make Your Own Claude Glass or Black Mirror

How to Make your own Claude Glass or Black Mirror

claude glass and the picturesque landscape

claude glass and the picturesque landscape

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