Teen Girl with Friends Teen girls, all dressed in white, pose with the casket of their friend / sister. Several of them are holding white handkerchiefs. Gelatin silver print, circa 1900.
La muerte niña
Entrada de un blog antiguo, que rescato. No obstante —oh paradoja— constreñida por el rigor del vaso que la aclara, el agua toma forma. En él se asienta, ahonda y edifica, cumple una edad am…
17 Haunting Post-Mortem Photographs From The 1800s
This Victorian-era mourning tradition is fascinating. Warning: Pictures of dead people ahead.
Fotografías post-mortem - Blogodisea
La fotografía post-mortem (también denominada memento mori) era una costumbre del siglo XIX (época victoriana) en la que se tomaba una imagen al cadáver de un
Memento Mori: Victorian Death Photos - Listverse
With the advent of photography in the Victorian era a rather unusual practice evolved. Having photos taken was very expensive and most families didn't own a camera. It is well known that mortality rates were high in this era due mostly to diseases and poor hygiene. When a loved one died the Victorians were presented
Død og begravelse
Vi har vel kollektivt vænnet os lidt mere til døden i denne tid (februar 2018). Så jeg vover at vise et par billeder fra den store Kjøller-samling. To "postmortem" billeder, af to små døde...
Eva Mary Grandidge (1912-1915) - Find A Grave...
Eva Mary Grandidge was traveling with her mother in second class aboard the Lusitania. The pair were on a trip back to England to pay a visit to a ill family member who had visited them months before in America. Eva and her mother were both lost in the disaster. Eva's body was recovered and her personal effects...
The Myth | post-mortem-photos
This site exists to discredit the idea of the Victorian standing post mortem photo. Post mortem photos do exist, but none of them are stand alone.