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Clients of early photographers were not the only ones to pose with the photographer’s own stereoscope(s). Two extant cartes-de-visite self-portraits by Thomas J. Nevin from The Nevin Family Collections captured his treasured stereoscopes, one with him holding a small viewer, … Continue reading
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Unidentified woman, seated with sewing A highly colored carte-de-visite ca. 1872 Taken by T.Nevin late A.Bock, 140 Elizabeth St., Hobart Town Held at the Archives Office of Tasmania TAHO Ref: PH31/439 Photo © KLW NFC Imprint 2012 ARR This carte-de-visite … Continue reading
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Although this image is faint – it is a scan of a print pasted into the scrapbook of his son George – it shows clearly enough that George’s father, photographer Thomas J. Nevin, was rather fond of his big box tabletop stereograph viewer. Continue reading
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The carte-de-visite full-length studio portrait of William Maguire was on display within the extensive exhibition of Islands to Ice: The Great Southern Ocean and Antarctica held at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (2007). The sprig daubed red and green is visible on his left-hand lapel. Continue reading