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Creator Name: Cromer's Amateur
Creator Nationality: European; French
Creator Name-CRT: Cromer's Amateur
Title: Portrait of woman in parlor with sewing materials
View: Full View
Creation Start Date: 1840
Creation End Date: 1850
Creation Date: ca. 1845
Object Type: Photographs
Materials and Techniques: daguerreotype
Dimensions: 7.23 x 5.89 cm. (oval), 1/6 plate
Inscriptions: verso, by Cromer: "Collection photographique de Gab. Cromer Daguerreotype d'un amateur de l'epoque. Marveilleux petite tableau d'interieur! Cet amateur était un artiste."
AMICA Contributor: George Eastman House
Owner Location: Rochester, New York, USA
ID Number: 76:0168:0001
Credit Line: Gift of Eastman Kodak Company: ex-collection Gabriel Cromer
Subject Terms: portrait, female
Exhibition History: "French Primitive Photography", US, PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, November 17 - December 28, 1969. (Traveled).//
Exhibition History: "French Daguerreotypy", US, NY, Rochester, GEH - Brackett Clark Gallery, February - June, 1977.//
Exhibition History: ""Permanent" Survey Exhibition - 19th Century", US, NY, Rochester, GEH - Second Floor Galleries, August 1979 - March 1984.//
Exhibition History: "From Today Painting is Dead: Emergence of Photography During July Monarchy", US, NY, Rochester, Memorial Art Gallery, December - March 11, 1989.//
Exhibition History: "Now and Then: Making The Daguerreotype", US, NY, Rochester, GEH - Discovery Gallery, October 9, 1993 - April 3, 1994.//
Related Document Description: Buerger, Janet E. --French Daguerreotypes.-- Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989. p. 69.//
AMICA ID: GEH_.76:0168:0001
AMICA Library Year: 2002
Media Metadata Rights:
? George Eastman House
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