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Southworth & Hawes, Sculpture Gallery, Boston Athenaeum, 1855 (ca), Daguerreotype, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Rubel Collection, Purchase, Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee and Lila Acheson Wallace Gifts, 1997, Accession Number: 1997.382.40, LL/40615
 
Photographing art - sculpture
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541.01   Photographing art: Sculpture
Photographers
541.02   Adolph Schaefer: The Buddhist monument at Borobudur in Central Java, Indonesia (1844-1845)
541.03   Henry Fox Talbot: Bust of Patroclus
541.04   Roger Fenton: The British Museum
541.05   Stephen Thompson: British Museum
541.06   Charles Nègre: Statues
541.07   HMS Topaze and Easter Island, Chile (1868)
541.08   Fratelli Alinari: The statues of Florence
541.09   L. Powers: Sculptures
541.10   Powers Frères (Florence): Sculptures
541.11   Alois Löcherer: The statue of Bavaria, Munich (1844-1850)
541.12   Édouard Baldus: The Louvre, Paris (1856-1857)
541.13   Bedford Lemere & Co.: Album No. 1, Photographs taken from Specimens in Royal Architectural Museum (ca 1872)
541.14   Isabel Agnes Cowper: Mathematical models made in 1872 by Fabre de Lagrange of Paris, for the South Kensington Museum (1872)
541.15   Armand Noyer: Napoleon [Series]
541.16   Robert Macpherson: The statues of Rome
541.17   James Anderson: Sculptures
541.18   Underwood & Underwood: Classical and Renaissance sculptures
541.19   Paris-Stereo: Vues d'Italie (1920)
541.20   Eugène Atget: Versailles
541.21   Délié & Béchard: Album du Musée Boulaq
541.22   Aristophot Co.: The Museum of the Three Dimensions, St. Petersburg (1905)
541.23   Eugène Atget: Architecture: Door furniture and door knockers
541.24   Edward Steichen: Rodin's statue of Balzac (1908)
541.25   Constantin Brancusi: Documentation of sculpture
541.26   Marcel Duchamp: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (created 1915-1923)
Using photography as an aid to sculpture
541.27   François Willème: Photosculpture
541.28   Henry Rox: Photosculptures
Bust portraits
541.29   Bust or statuette portraits
Monuments
541.30   The Lion of Lucerne (German: Löwendenkmal)
541.31   New York City: The Statue of Liberty
World's Fairs and International Exhibitions
541.32    Vienna, Weltausstellung, 1873 Wien
Tableaux vivant
541.33   Josef Jindrich Šechtl and Ignác Šechtl: Living statues
Natural sculptures / Environment art
541.34   Andy Goldsworthy: Books
541.35   Richard Long: On-site sculptures
541.36   Robert Smithson: On-site sculptures
 
  
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