Some Account of the Art of Photogenic Drawing, or the Process by which Natural Objects May Be Made to Delineate Themselves without the Aid of the Artist's Pencil

A work made of thirteen pages of text on paper (approximately 6500 words) without illustrations, published by r. & j.e. taylor, london, 1839.
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  • A work made of thirteen pages of text on paper (approximately 6500 words) without illustrations, published by r. & j.e. taylor, london, 1839.

Date:

Read before the Royal Society, January 31, 1839

Artist:

William Henry Fox Talbot
English, 1800–1877

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Artist

William Henry Fox Talbot

Title

Some Account of the Art of Photogenic Drawing, or the Process by which Natural Objects May Be Made to Delineate Themselves without the Aid of the Artist's Pencil

Origin

England

Date

1839

Medium

Thirteen pages of text on paper (approximately 6500 words) without illustrations, published by R. & J.E. Taylor, London, 1839

Dimensions

23.2 × 30 cm

Credit Line

Edward E. Ayer Endowment in memory of Charles L. Hutchinson

Reference Number

1972.355

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