3 edition of Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine found in the catalog.
|Statement||Princeton University Press|
|Publishers||Princeton University Press|
|LC Classifications||December 22, 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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He then published his views in England and America in a variety of formats, becoming something of a celebrity in photographic circles. The reproductions are excellent and close to the originals. Fore-Edge Edge of the book furthest from the spine.
Association Copy copy that belonged to someone connected with the author or the contents of a book. This discourse has been marginalized, omitted, or ignored in modern studies of the images. Shipping and insurance charges are additional. This volume explores how the visual arts are presenting and responding to Christian theology and demonstrates how modern and contemporary artists and artworks have actively engaged in conversation with Christianity.
A sermon in stones Label Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine : a Victorian photographer abroad Title Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine Title remainder a Victorian photographer abroad Statement of responsibility Douglas R. The glass plate had to remain more or less wet during the process. While much older, wood engravings enjoyed an important renaissance in the late eighteenth century through Thomas Bewick and Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine in popularity thorugh the nineteenth century.
A single gathering of a quarto book, then, would be a sheet folded twice, containing four leaves, eight pages of text. Telling the stories of tourists, troops, workers, pilgrims, stowaways, caravans, dhow skippers and others, the book reveals the complicated entanglements of empires, internationalist initiatives and private companies.
Within this cultural formation Frith could use the new technology of photography as an art to convince his Victorian audience of the authenticity of biblical sites and, implicitly, the historical validity of biblical narrative. Nickel presents a new, convincing characterization of Frith in this book and reframes familiar expectations of the medium and the period. Camera Arts This groundbreaking survey of international photography, which examines the discipline across the full range of its uses by both professionals and amateurs, has been expanded and brought up to date for this second edition.
This multi-faceted approach drives Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Photographs: Essays on Reading a Collection. "--Julia Ballerini, contributor, Imag in ing Race and Place in Colonialist Photography and Film• Nickel - Colby College Libraries.
The back contains a paper strip with the number, title and a description of the image. Paul Getty Museum MalibuJuly 16 to October 6, 1996 This information is published from the Museum's collection database. Candy Gunther Brown Journal of Religion From the Inside Flap "This work leads not only to a better understanding of Frith, but also to a new perspective on the intellectual and cultural history of nineteenth-century photographic practice.
This book, the first to place Frith's Egyptian and Levantine images in cultural context, reveals the distinct meanings these ostensibly "topographic" pictures held for the photographer and his Victorian audience. Typically early printed books and especially manuscripts. Through his own enterprise, Frith became wealthy at a comparatively young age and decided to combine business with pleasure. Stereographs and mammoth prints presented compelling visual conditions for viewer identification, while other Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine, such as the photographs in Egypt and Palestine, needed the enhancement of texts.
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This volume offers a thematic exploration of the material, and a socio-historical examination that allows consideration of questions that have not been addressed comprehensively before in a single publication.
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