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Nadar, Gustave Doré sur son lit de mort (Gustave Doré on his deathbed), 1883 (taken) 100-1930 (print), Gelatin silver print, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 125th Anniversary Acquisition. The Lynne and Harold Honickman Gift of the Julien Levy Collection, 2001, Accession Number: 2001-62-951, LL/72034
 
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400.01   Improving content on life stages
Introduction
400.02   Introduction to the photography of death
Examples
400.03   Nineteenth century post-mortem and memento mori
400.04   Post-mortem and memento mori photographs of babies and children
400.05   Daguerreotypes: Post-mortem portraits
400.06   Cartes de visite: Post-mortem portraits
400.07   Cartes de visite: Memorial portraits
400.08   Cabinet cards: Post-mortem and memorial portraits
Marketing death
400.09   Marketing: Root's Daguerrean Gallery (1853)
Floral rememberances
400.10   Floral memorials and floral wreaths
Funerals
400.11   Funerals
Graveyards, cemeteries, gravestones and memorials
400.12   Graveyards, cemeteries, gravestones and memorials
Catacombs
400.13   Catacombs
Mourning clothing
400.14   Mourning clothing
Photographers
400.15   Sumner & Son (Northfield): The Aftermath of the Northfield Raid (1876)
400.16   Giorgio Sommer: The ash-covered remains from Pompeii
400.17   François Aubert and others: The execution of Emperor Maximilian
400.18   Nadar: Catacombs and subterranean Paris (1860s)
Reminiscences of photographing the dead
400.19   Ghastly Photographic Experiences (1882)
Spirit photography
400.20   Abraham Lincoln as a returning spirit
Death and remembrance
400.21   Death and remembrance during the First World War (1914-1918)
The dead
400.22   Lieutenant Colonel Henry Clay, Jr. (1847)
400.23   John Reekie: Collecting Remains of the Dead
400.24   Victims of the Khodinsky Plain panic, Coronation Week, Moscow, Russia (1896)
400.25   Nazi suicides in Leipzig, Germany (1945)
400.26   Robert Wiles: Evelyn McHale after her suicide leap from the Empire State Building (1 May 1947)
400.27   Ronald Haeberle: The My Lai Massacre (16 March 1968)
400.28   Walter Schels: Life before Death
The dead as artistic explorations
400.29   Andreas Serrano: Morgue (1992)
400.30   Jack Burman: The Dead
400.31   Frank Rodick: Portraits (2012)
 
  
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