Posts tagged "ladies with cameras"
  1. Notes: 894 / 1 year ago  from bookmarklet
    Nadežda Petrović, Anđa pod jabukom (Anđa under the apple tree) 1907 - 1908
[ Nadežda Petrović is considered the most important Serbian female painter from the late 19th and early 20th century. She was also known as Serbia’s most famous Impressionist and Fauvist.]
from Designed.rs

    Nadežda Petrović, Anđa pod jabukom (Anđa under the apple tree) 1907 - 1908

    Nadežda Petrović is considered the most important Serbian female painter from the late 19th and early 20th century. She was also known as Serbia’s most famous Impressionist and Fauvist.]

    from Designed.rs

     
  2. Notes: 87 / 1 year ago  from bookmarklet
    Santa Barbara Pupil Weaving Rug c.1915
autochrome by Helen Messinger Murdoch
 from The Royal Photographic Society Collection, National Media Museum 

    Santa Barbara Pupil Weaving Rug c.1915

    autochrome by Helen Messinger Murdoch

     from The Royal Photographic Society Collection, National Media Museum 

     
  3. Notes: 146 / 1 year ago  from bookmarklet
    Miss Sallie Currier, Houlgate, Normandy, 1912 by  Helen Messinger Murdoch
 Helen Messinger Murdoch (1862 – 1956) was a remarkable woman – one of the earliest colour photographers and one of the first female aviators.
Murdoch joined  The Royal Photographic Society in 1911, becoming a fellow of the society the following year. A frequent visitor to Europe she showed her work at a number of venues, including the Wigmore Street Gallery and the Halcyon Women’s Club. In October 1913 she gave a talk illustrated with her lantern slides to a packed meeting of the Royal Photographic Society.
Later that year, aged 51, Murdoch decided to embark on a round the world tour – the first woman photographer to undertake such a challenging journey. She travelled through France to Egypt and then on to Palestine, India, Burma, Ceylon, Hong Kong, China, Japan, the Philippines, Hawaii, Honolulu, San Francisco, San Diego and overland to Boston, arriving home in 1915.
more @ National Media Museum blog

    Miss Sallie Currier, Houlgate, Normandy, 1912 by  Helen Messinger Murdoch

     Helen Messinger Murdoch (1862 – 1956) was a remarkable woman – one of the earliest colour photographers and one of the first female aviators.

    Murdoch joined  The Royal Photographic Society in 1911, becoming a fellow of the society the following year. A frequent visitor to Europe she showed her work at a number of venues, including the Wigmore Street Gallery and the Halcyon Women’s Club. In October 1913 she gave a talk illustrated with her lantern slides to a packed meeting of the Royal Photographic Society.

    Later that year, aged 51, Murdoch decided to embark on a round the world tour – the first woman photographer to undertake such a challenging journey. She travelled through France to Egypt and then on to Palestine, India, Burma, Ceylon, Hong Kong, China, Japan, the Philippines, Hawaii, Honolulu, San Francisco, San Diego and overland to Boston, arriving home in 1915.

    more @ National Media Museum blog

     
  4. Notes: 413 / 1 year ago  from rrosehobart
    rrosehobart:Lady Ottoline Violet Anne Cavendish-Bentinck Morrell, 1916
cosmo

    rrosehobart:Lady Ottoline Violet Anne Cavendish-Bentinck Morrell, 1916

    cosmo

     
  5. Notes: 983 / 1 year ago  from bookmarklet
     The Soul of the Rose c. 1905 by Emma Barton
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  6. Notes: 169 / 2 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Julia Margaret Cameron , Cecilia Tennyson, 1871-72
from Bloomsbury

    Julia Margaret Cameron , Cecilia Tennyson, 1871-72

    from Bloomsbury

     
  7. Notes: 289 / 2 years ago  from bookmarklet
     The may apple leaf, c.1900  by Eva Watson-Schütze [more] from LOC

     The may apple leaf, c.1900  by Eva Watson-Schütze [more] from LOC

     
  8. Notes: 479 / 2 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Woman with lily c. 1903 by Eva Watson-Schütze [more]
also from George Eastman House

    Woman with lily c. 1903 by Eva Watson-Schütze [more]

    also from George Eastman House

     
  9. Notes: 238 / 2 years ago 
    "Alas, that spring should vanish with the rose" by Mrs. G.A.Barton
 plate XXVIII from Photograms of the year 1914

    "Alas, that spring should vanish with the rose" by Mrs. G.A.Barton

     plate XXVIII from Photograms of the year 1914

     
  10. Notes: 60 / 2 years ago  from bookmarklet
     Anonymous Works: Reflected

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  11. Notes: 232 / 3 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Nora Balzani, Isola del Garda, 1907 by  Anna Maria Borghese

    Nora Balzani, Isola del Garda, 1907 by  Anna Maria Borghese

     
  12. Notes: 24 / 4 years ago  from projectgutenberg
    projectgutenberg:- Canadian Kodak Company, Kodaks and Kodak Supplies (1914) [full text]

    projectgutenberg:- Canadian Kodak Company, Kodaks and Kodak Supplies (1914) [full text]

     
  13. Notes: 18 / 4 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Alice Austen
In Manhattan, the end of World War I is celebrated with ticker tape and a victory parade marching north from Bowling Green

    Alice Austen

    In Manhattan, the end of World War I is celebrated with ticker tape and a victory parade marching north from Bowling Green

     
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