With title, plate no. (9) and editor and printer information printed on the mount. J.S. and 7/52 reversed out of the negative.
Stewart was John Herschel's son-in-law. This image was published in Blanquart-Evrard's Souvenirs des Pyrenees. He is discussed in The Art of the French Calotype (Jammes, Parry-Janis, 1983), 93, 98. See: Jammes, Blanquart-Evrard Catalogue Raisonne, 1851-1855, p.290, pl.9/01; Mironneau, Juliat, and Abadia, Pyrenees en Images, p. and Gautraud and Buisine, Blaquart-Evrard, p.; Rosenblum, A World History of Photography, p.105, pl.110.
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Medium Blanquart-Evrard salt print from paper negative
Mount on original printed mount
Photo Date 1852 Print Date 1853
Dimensions 10-1/2 x 8-3/8 in. (267 x 213 mm)
Photo Country France
Photographer Country United Kingdom (UK)
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