From Life : The Story Of Julia Margaret Cameron And Victorian Photography

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by Victoria C. Olsen. Published by Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. First American edition. Hardcover, boards. 320pp., illustrations. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket, light bumping to corners.

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‘In 1863, at the advanced age of 48, Julia Margaret Cameron began to emerge as the leading portrait photographer of the day. At a time when photography’s status as an artistic form was the subject of fierce debate, she championed the merits of the medium by producing a series of large, striking portraits of distinguished Victorians including Tennyson, Carlyle and Darwin’¬†