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"Bandit Hall"

A work made of albumen print, stereo, no. 30 from the series "mammoth cave views".
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of albumen print, stereo, no. 30 from the series "mammoth cave views".

Date:

1866

Artist:

Chas. Waldack
American, active 1860s

About this artwork

Text printed on reverse of stereocard:

"BANDIT HALL"
Is immediately above "Bacon Chamber" and at the commencement of Spark’s Avenue which leads to "Mammoth Dome." Several unexplored avenues branch off here in every direction. The scene representions a party of "bandits" at dinner and as reviewed by the magnesium light exceeds in Romantic wilderness the most extravagant conceptions of Salvator Rosa.

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Artist

Chas. Waldack

Title

"Bandit Hall"

Origin

New York

Date

1866

Medium

Albumen print, stereo, No. 30 from the series "Mammoth Cave Views"

Dimensions

7.8 × 7.3 cm (each image); 8.5 × 17 cm (card)

Credit Line

Gift of Harold Allen

Reference Number

1976.999

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