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The Dying Gladiator, Capitol

  • Object:

    Photograph

  • Place of origin:

    Rome (photographed)

  • Date:

    late 19th century (photographed)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Unknown

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Stereoscopic photograph

  • Museum number:

    E.1500-1992

  • Gallery location:

    Prints & Drawings Study Room, level F, case X, shelf 546, box G

Physical description

Stereoscopic photograph of the The Dying Gladiator, Capitol.

Place of Origin

Rome (photographed)

Date

late 19th century (photographed)

Artist/maker

Unknown

Materials and Techniques

Stereoscopic photograph

Dimensions

Height: cm Size of card, Width: cm

Descriptive line

Anonymous stereoscopic photograph of The Dying Gladiator, Capitol, in Rome. Italy, ca. late 19th century.

Labels and date

Gallery 100: A History of Photography: Series and Sequences, 6 February 2015 – 1 November 2015.
A stereograph is a pair of photographic images of the same subject taken from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope they give the illusion of a three-dimensional image. Stereographs were mass produced from the 1850s and viewing them was a popular amusement until the early 20th century. This group of stereographs capture the sculptural and architectural treasures of Rome. [03/02/2015]

Materials

Card

Techniques

Photography

Subjects depicted

Stereoscopes; Gladiator; Stereograph

Categories

Photographs; Tourism & Travel

Collection

Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection

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