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George Washington Wilson, Birnam Falls, Dunkeld, 1860, Albumen print, National Galleries of Scotland, Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Presented by Mrs J. Notman 1990 (PGP 71.17), LL/7392
 
Landscapes of Europe
Contents
Introduction
341.01   The context for nineteenth century photography in Europe
341.02   Henry Fox Talbot: Sun Pictures in Scotland (1845)
341.03   Types of early British landscape photographers
341.04   Early French landscape photographers
341.05   Reasons for French pre-eminence in nineteenth century landscape photography
341.06   Preserving paint in collapsible tubes
341.07   Eugène Cuvelier: France: Forest of Fontainebleau
341.08   Camille Silvy: River Scene (1858)
341.09   Landscape photography elsewhere in Europe
 
  
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