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Portrait of two women

Photograph
ca. 1874 (photographed)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

A sepia coloured photograph of two women, ?sisters, sat close together, both wear their hair loose and similar coats trimmed at the neck with white ruffles and scalloped braiding.


Object details

Categories
Object type
TitlePortrait of two women (generic title)
Materials and techniques
Albumen process
Brief description
Photograph by Rogers & Nelson, Portrait of two women, albumen print, ca. 1874
Physical description
A sepia coloured photograph of two women, ?sisters, sat close together, both wear their hair loose and similar coats trimmed at the neck with white ruffles and scalloped braiding.
Dimensions
  • Card height: 16.9cm
  • Card width: 11.2cm
Marks and inscriptions
Printed on recto: 'Rogers & Nelson. 215 Regent St London. W'. Name and address printed on verso.
Credit line
The Royal Photographic Society Collection at the V&A, acquired with the generous assistance of the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Art Fund.
Subject depicted
Other number
XRG301 - RPS collection - V&A identifier
Collection
Accession number
RPS.283-2022

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Record createdJune 27, 2022
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