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Fri Mar 21 17:10:52 2014 UTClccn-n790233030.00On photographic composition : with a description of 'Two ways of life'0.591.00Photographic art treasures : or, Nature and art illustrated by art and nature by this new and beautiful art of engraving, the uncertainty of colour and the liability to fade, so objectionable in photographs, is obviated, while the detail and touch of nature is faithfully preserved40230459Oscar_Gustave_Rejlandern 79023303257068Oscar Gustave RejlanderRejlander, O.G.Rejlander, Oscar GustavRejlander, Oscar Gustav, 1813-1875Rejlander, Oscar GustaveRejlander, Oscar Gustave, 1813-1875viaf-51995118Jones, Edgar Yoxalllccn-n78095637Darwin, Charles1809-1882lccn-n97125435Prodger, Philliplccn-n84221204Spencer, Stephanielccn-n79011208Bunnell, Peter C.edtlccn-n50069325Moderna museet (Stockholm, Sweden)othlccn-n84090084Wigh, Leifothedtlccn-n79111956Cummings, Martin Marc1920-2011lccn-n50034267John Murray (Firm)np-spencer, stephanieSpencer, StephanieRejlander, O. G.(Oscar Gustav)1813-1875Exhibition catalogsPortraitsEmotionsPsychology, ComparativeInstinctExpressionDarwin, Charles,Photography, ArtisticFacial expressionEvolution (Biology)Rejlander, O. G.--(Oscar Gustav),Illustration of booksEmotions in animalsEthnopsychologyAnimal behaviorPhotographyArt and photographyEmotions--Physiological aspectsPhotogravuresAnimal psychologyRobinson, H. P.--(Henry Peach),PhotomontagePsychophysiologyCarroll, Lewis,Natural selectionPhotographersAlbumsAuthors, EnglishEnglandMathematiciansUt pictura poesis (Aesthetics)Portrait photographyArt, EnglishPrice, LakeMoholy-Nagy, László,Great Britain18131875185618581859186018711872187418861894197019731979198119821983198519891991199719982009201116545068152.42QP401ocn313257759ocn0297522666143ocn000897685book19730.53Jones, Edgar YoxallFather of art photography, O.G. Rejlander, 1813-1875383ocn817024974com18720.56Darwin, CharlesThe expression of the emotions in man and animalsThis book examines the display of emotions by humans and animals. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)53ocn757266870book19790.79The Photography of O.G. Rejlander : two selections41ocn008517379book19820.86Spencer, StephanieO.G. Rejlander--art photographerO.G. Rejlander (1818-1875) was a British photographer once famous as "the father of art photography." Trained as an artist, Rejlander initiated his photographic career in 1853. His primary goal was to demonstrate that photography was worthy of classification as a fine art. To this end, he studied Old Master art in theory and practice and applied these same principles to photography. Rejlander's subjects fall into four major categories--portraits, genre, "high art," and studies--each of which is treated in a separate chapter in this study. In each chapter, relevant theory is discussed first, followed by an analysis of representative photographs. The quality of Rejlander's portraits varied widely, but they were consistently more intimate and informal than the typical professional product. Rejlander's genre photographs constitute the main body of his work. In these, he was to some degree influenced by Dutch and Flemish genre, English narrative painting, and popular imagery. He devoted particular attention to images of the urban poor thereby establishing himself as one of the first photographers to document this subject. Although best known today for his "high art," allegorical photographs, Rejlander actually made only a very few such photographs. The Two Ways of Life, his most ambitious work, is analyzed in particular detail. Studies of expression and of the nude and draped human form were Rejlander's major preoccupation. He derived inspiration from nineteenth-century physiognomic treatises and Italian High Renaissance art. Rejlander's photographs and his theory of art photography had immediate and extended influence. In the short term, his photographs stimulated the development of genre photography and pictorial studies. In the long term, his theories had a more lasting impact; many nineteenth and twentieth-century photographers have adopted his attitudes toward the role of artistry, imagination and subjectivity in photography32ocn313257759book19980.10Oscar Gustave Rejlander : 1813 (?) - 1875; Moderna Museet, 5 december 1998 - 7 mars 199922ocn270560980book18561.00Photographic art treasures : or, Nature and art illustrated by art and nature by this new and beautiful art of engraving, the uncertainty of colour and the liability to fade, so objectionable in photographs, is obviated, while the detail and touch of nature is faithfully preserved11ocn833481104book19980.47Moderna museet (Stockholm, Sweden)Moderna Museet Projekt : Oscar Gustave Rejlander 1813(?)-187511ocn861625159mix18711.00Rejlander, O. GDeath of Mr. Babbage00-20359; 9 A 1 R39 D4311ocn670825941com1.00Rejlander, O. GUntitled; Light Impressions Corporation11ocn051152729visu18601.00[Kate Dore, head-and-shoulders portrait, standing in front of tree, facing right]11ocn185958553book19980.86Rejlander, O. GOscar Gustave Rejlander : 1813(?)-1875Exhibition catalogs11ocn029752266visu1.00Cameron-Rejlander album of portrait photographsIndividual and group portraits variously attributed to Julia Margaret Cameron, Oscar Rejlander, and Lord Charles (?) Somers. One card photograph of G.F. Watts with the facsimile inscription "From life copyright Julia Margaret Cameron." Includes four pages of pencil sketches of the human body11ocn861625179mix18741.00Rejlander, O. GUntitledhttp://name.umdl.umich.edu/IC-UMMU-X-00-20358%5D00_2035811ocn670824190com1.00Rejlander, O. GUntitled; Light Impressions Corporation11ocn861625213mix18601.00Rejlander, O. GHard Time; Light Impressions Corporation11ocn670824015com1.00Rejlander, O. GDeath of Mr. Babbagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html11ocn040775951book1.00Dodgson, Charles LutwidgeProfessional and other photographs11ocn862997841book1858Rejlander, O. GOn photographic composition : with a description of 'Two ways of life'11ocn670824661com1.00Rejlander, O. GHead of John the Baptist00-20361; 9 A 1 R39 I64633711ocn050814951visu19970.47Rejlander, O. GLewis Carroll (Rev. Charles L. Dodgson)Portraits4441ocn243777562book20090.47Prodger, PhillipDarwin's camera art and photography in the theory of evolutionIllustrationsDarwin's Camera tells the extraordinary story of how Charles Darwin changed the way pictures are seen and made. In his illustrated masterpiece, Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1871), Darwin introduced the idea of using photographs to illustrate a scientific theory--his was the first photographically illustrated science book ever published. Using photographs to depict fleeting expressions of emotion--laughter, crying, anger, and so on--as they flit across a person's face, he managed to produce dramatic images at a time when photography was famously slow and awkward. The book describes how Darwin struggled to get the pictures he needed, scouring the galleries, bookshops, and photographic studios of London, looking for pictures to satisfy his demand for expressive imagery. He finally settled on one the giants of photographic history, the eccentric art photographer Oscar Rejlander, to make his pictures. It was a peculiar choice. Darwin was known for his meticulous science, while Rejlander was notorious for altering and manipulating photographs. Their remarkable collaboration is one of the astonishing revelations in Darwin's Camera+-+26850604653213ocn011783400book19850.70Spencer, StephanieO.G. Rejlander, photography as art1161ocn004642251book19790.79The Photography of O.G. Rejlander : two selections533ocn043370518book19980.86Rejlander, O. GOscar Gustave Rejlander : 1813(?)-1875Exhibition catalogs94ocn013529717book19810.86Spencer, StephanieO.G. Rejlander--art photographerO.G. Rejlander (1818-1875) was a British photographer once famous as "the father of art photography." Trained as an artist, Rejlander initiated his photographic career in 1853. His primary goal was to demonstrate that photography was worthy of classification as a fine art. To this end, he studied Old Master art in theory and practice and applied these same principles to photography. Rejlander's subjects fall into four major categories--portraits, genre, "high art," and studies--each of which is treated in a separate chapter in this study. In each chapter, relevant theory is discussed first, followed by an analysis of representative photographs. The quality of Rejlander's portraits varied widely, but they were consistently more intimate and informal than the typical professional product. Rejlander's genre photographs constitute the main body of his work. In these, he was to some degree influenced by Dutch and Flemish genre, English narrative painting, and popular imagery. He devoted particular attention to images of the urban poor thereby establishing himself as one of the first photographers to document this subject. Although best known today for his "high art," allegorical photographs, Rejlander actually made only a very few such photographs. The Two Ways of Life, his most ambitious work, is analyzed in particular detail. Studies of expression and of the nude and draped human form were Rejlander's major preoccupation. He derived inspiration from nineteenth-century physiognomic treatises and Italian High Renaissance art. Rejlander's photographs and his theory of art photography had immediate and extended influence. In the short term, his photographs stimulated the development of genre photography and pictorial studies. In the long term, his theories had a more lasting impact; many nineteenth and twentieth-century photographers have adopted his attitudes toward the role of artistry, imagination and subjectivity in photography41ocn754953128book20110.92Assembling reality : two ways of lifeExhibition catalogs21ocn020540484book19891.00Gamblin, NorikoArt and audience in Victorian England : Rejlander, Robinson, and the photographic artist11ocn023599934book19911.00DiGiulio, KatherineNarrative photography exhibited in Britain 1855-1863History11ocn020108043book19851.00Spencer, StephanieO.G. Rejlander's photographs of street urchins11ocn031479418book19701.00Rejlander, O. GO.G. Rejlander : Svensk fotograf i Viktorias England : Moderna Museet, alla dagar 12-22, 29/10-29/11Exhibition catalogs11ocn191957057visu1.00Rejlander, O. GOscar Rejlander CollectionPhotographsThe Oscar Rejlander Collection contains portraits of women and children, including one identified as the Countess of Pankerville; a portrait of Lewis Carroll; and a self-portrait of Rejlander. Also included is a picturesque view of Scotland's Loch Katrine11ocn078508407mixRejlander, O. GRejlander, Oscar Gustave : [photography bio file]11ocn013592144book19701.00Brown, Alan HarryManipulation of the photographic image: four photographers01ocn711745447book1998Oscar Gustave Rejlander 1813(?)-1875 : I samarbete med/In association with Royal Photographic Society, BathExhibition catalogs+-+2685060465Fri Mar 21 15:22:25 EDT 2014batch18934