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Edouard de Beaumont (French, 1821-1888), Prises...Au Daguerreotype. - Ah!...Clarisse...vois donc cette grande machine...on dirait qu'il y a un oeil qui nous regarde!.. [Taken! ... At the Daguerreotype. - "Ah! ...Clarisse... see this great machine... looks like there is an eye on us!"], [Croquis D'Ete], 1859, Lithograph with applied color, George Eastman Museum, Gift of Eastman Kodak Company, ex-collection Gabriel Cromer, 1982.2373.0001, LL/75281
 
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