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I accept the terms you have offered me for the Christmas book(23) and I will forward the copy (24) and the daguerrotypes [sic] on Monday next.
The Emperor, delighted with the building of his Summer Palace at Petropolis in the mountains north east of Rio de Janeiro, commissioned Buvelot and his partner Prat to document its progress through daguerrotypes. (9)
These include the early daguerrotype (a negative image on metal) and calotype (on paper).
The interplay of opaque and transparent materials produces an eerie optical effect, imitating the spectral qualities of a daguerrotype.
There are many examples in the Picture Collection of delicately hand-tinted daguerrotype and ambrotype portraits.
`It is a great comfort to me to think I have the miniature of the only one I love so near to look at.' Eighteen months later, she confided, `I prize your daguerrotype and that ring [partly made from gold dust that Enos sent from California] more than anything I have in my possession.'
The American writer, David Deitcher, has thrown a fascinating new slant upon the American daguerrotype in terms of the social anthropology these beautiful little images of men and women long dead represent to us today.
For Alan Trachtenberg it is the daguerrotype which epitomizes the uniqueness of the photographic image.
Among its uses, Gay-Lussac argued, was the capacity of the daguerrotype to render a landscape precisely.
He felt a similar fascination in college at Stanford when he encountered his first daguerreotype: "I fell in love with the aesthetics of the process and the fact that each work is one of a kind." Now a professor at Arizona State University, Danh creates silver daguerrotypes of iconic landscapes, including Civil War battlefields and Yosemite's El Capitan.
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The novel draws liberally on drawn images, photographs, daguerrotypes and antique posters, a melange of materials mapping a structure of subplots and transhistorical city layers, where the narrator sets off in a quest to find the book', one of his childhood favorites, which his grandfather Pablo Chatterjee found at an old Jewish trinket shop in Montmartre.