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Julia Margaret Cameron

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Cameron (1815-1879) was perhaps the most famous and influential portrait photographer of the 19th century. She was criticized by the males of her profession (and interesting, too, so were the abominable canvasses produced by the young Impressionists in France) for being smudgy or out of focus. The fact is that Cameron had very sharp eyes and she chose to bring her lens into focus and then adjust it to her tastes even after her son Harding taught her how.

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Julia Margaret Cameron, The First Born, 1865 (Getty Museum) Julia Margaret Cameron Photography, Julia Cameron, Fulton Sheen, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Vintage Stuff, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Modern Photographers

The First Born (Getty Museum)

The First Born; Julia Margaret Cameron (British, born India, 1815 - 1879); Freshwater, Isle of Wight, England; April 1865; Albumen silver print; 24.8 × 30 cm (9 3/4 × 11 13/16 in.); 84.XZ.186.17; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States

Photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron, 'The Angel at the Tomb' (sitter Mary Hillier), collotype, printed later but probably before Museum Number Julia Margaret Cameron Photography, Julia Cameron, Photographs Of People, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, History Of Photography, Portrait Photography, Gibson Girl, Pre Raphaelite

The Angel at the Tomb | J.B. Obernetter | Cameron, Julia Margaret | V&A Explore The Collections

Photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron, 'The Angel at the Tomb' (sitter Mary Hillier), collotype, 1870, printed later but probably before 1884

The Grandmother by Julia Margaret Cameron, England, Victoria and Albert Museum Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Vintage Portrait, History Of Photography, Museum Photography, Portrait Photography, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Calcutta

The grandmother | Cameron, Julia Margaret | V&A Explore The Collections

Photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron, 'The grandmother' (sitters unknown girl, Sarah Groves), albumen print, 1865

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'The Bride or My Ewen's Bride', 18 November 1869. Wedding portrait of Annie Chinery Cameron (born c 1851), by Julia Margaret Cameron.

Photograph of Lewis Carroll with Alice Liddell. Carroll had a special relationship with Alice that led to the book: "Alice in Wonderland" Alice Liddell, Lewis Carroll, Thats 70 Show, Julia Margaret Cameron, Charles Perrault, Chesire Cat, Adventures In Wonderland, Portraits, Before Us

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As said in kristaso.com " Baudelaire argued in LE PEINTRE DE LA VIE MODERNE (1863, The Painter of Modern Life) in favor of artificiality, stating that vice is natural in that it is selfish, while virtue is artificial because we must restrain our natural impulses in order to be good. The snobbish aesthete, the dandy, was for Baudelaire the ultimate hero and the best proof of an absolutely purposeless existence: he is a gentleman who never becomes vulgar and always preserves the cool smile of…

William Holman Hunt in his eastern dress. Photo by Julia Margaret Cameron. Hunt was an English painter, and one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Everett Millais, Julia Margaret Cameron, Victorian Portraits, Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood, Country Bears, Modern Photographers, Religious Paintings, Romanticism

Portrait de William Holman Hunt (1827-1910), peintre préraphaélite Giclee Print by Julia Margaret Cameron at Art.co.uk

Portrait de William Holman Hunt (1827-1910), peintre préraphaélite Giclee Print by Julia Margaret Cameron. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.co.uk. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

Robert Browning May 1812 – 12 December was an English poet and playwright whose mastery of dramatic verse, especially dramatic monologues, made him one of the foremost Victorian poets. Calcutta, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Julia Margaret Cameron, Robert Browning, English Poets, Writers And Poets, Victorian Art, Playwright, Book Authors

The Mountain Nymph, Sweet Liberty by Julia Margaret Cameron

Robert Browning, by Julia Margaret Cameron 1865

Julia Margaret Cameron, Alfred Tennyson and his sons Hallam and Lionel, 1862 (ca) Luminous Lint Victorian Poetry, Victorian Era, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Julia Margaret Cameron, Victorian Photography, Berenice Abbott, History Of Photography, Art Photography, Robert Doisneau

Alfred Tennyson with his sons Hallam and Lionel | MFA for Educators

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Dreamy Victorian Portraiture by Julia Margaret Cameron. In 1863 at the age of Julia Margaret Cameron received her first camera and immediately formed Julia Margaret Cameron Photography, Julia Cameron, History Of Photography, Vintage Photography, Portrait Photography, Photography Gallery, White Photography, Henri Cartier Bresson, Victoria And Albert Museum

Sappho Sappho was a female poet in ancient Greece who lived on the island of Lesbos and wrote of romantic love between women. Plato elevated her to the status of 'Muse' and Julia Margaret Cameron's profile portrait, which emphasises the sitter's strong facial features, depicts her as heroic and intelligent.

Henry Taylor, a Portrait, Julia Margaret Cameron (National Media Museum, Bradford)The Science Museum of London's exhibition marking the anniversary of the birth of pioneering photographer Julia Margaret Cameron. Modern Photographers, Portrait Photographers, Portraits, Julia Margaret Cameron Photography, Julia Cameron, Temptation Of St Anthony, Old Photography, Victorian Photography, Black And White Love

Haunting portraits from a 19th century master photographer

The Science Museum of London's exhibition marking the 200th anniversary of the birth of pioneering photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.