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Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Request to view at the Prints & Drawings Study Room, level F , Case X, Shelf 311, Box P

Untitled (Unknown woman)

Photograph
ca. 1863 (photographed)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

O.G. Rejlander visited the Isle of Wight in the early 1860s, photographing members of the Tennyson and Cameron households. It is believed that Julia Margaret Cameron either worked in collaboration with Rejlander and/or printed this work.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Albumen print from wet collodion glass negative
Brief Description
Photograph, possibly by Oscar Rejlander and printed by, or in collaboration with, Julia Margaret Cameron, unknown woman, albumen print, ca. 1863
Physical Description
A photograph of an unknown woman in profile.
Dimensions
  • Image height: 16.5cm
  • Image width: 12.5cm
  • Mount height: 58cm
  • Mount width: 38cm
Mount portrait
Style
Credit line
Given by Mrs Margaret Southam, 1941
Object history
Previously attributed to Julia Margaret Cameron
Subjects depicted
Summary
O.G. Rejlander visited the Isle of Wight in the early 1860s, photographing members of the Tennyson and Cameron households. It is believed that Julia Margaret Cameron either worked in collaboration with Rejlander and/or printed this work.

Bibliographic References
  • Cox, Julian and Colin Ford, with contributions by Joanne Lukitsh and Philippa Wright. Julia Margaret Cameron: The Complete Photographs. London: Thames & Hudson, in association with The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles and The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford, 2003. ISBN: 0-500-54265-1This work is not found in the Cox and Ford catalogue raisonne
  • Taken from Photography Department index card catalogue
Collection
Accession Number
PH.259-1982

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record createdMarch 2, 2009
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