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Giorgio Sommer, Empreinte humaine Pompéi, 1880 (ca), Albumen print, Vintage-Photos, LL/32606
 
Dead
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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)
Catacombs
400.10   Catacombs
Mourning clothing
400.11   Mourning clothing
Photographers
400.12   Sumner & Son (Northfield): The Aftermath of the Northfield Raid (1876)
400.13   Giorgio Sommer: The ash-covered remains from Pompeii
400.14   François Aubert: The execution of Emperor Maximilian
400.15   Nadar: Catacombs and subterranean Paris (1860s)
Reminiscences of photographing the dead
400.16   Ghastly Photographic Experiences (1882)
Spirit photography
400.17   Abraham Lincoln as a returning spirit
Death and remembrance
400.18   Death and remembrance during the First World War (1914-1918)
The dead
400.19   Lieutenant Colonel Henry Clay, Jr. (1847)
400.20   John Reekie: Collecting Remains of the Dead
400.21   Victims of the Khodinsky Plain panic, Coronation Week Moscow, Russia (1896)
400.22   Nazi suicides in Leipzig, Germany (1945)
400.23   Robert Wiles: Evelyn McHale after her suicide leap from the Empire State Building (1 May 1947)
400.24   Ronald Haeberle: The My Lai Massacre (16 March 1968)
400.25   Walter Schels: Life before Death
The dead as artistic explorations
400.26   Andreas Serrano: Morgue (1992)
400.27   Jack Burman: The Dead
400.28   Frank Rodick: Portraits (2012)
 
  
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