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William Notman, Benjamin Harrison and his Cabinet, 1890, Gelatin silver print, mounted, Archive Farms, LL/65007
 
Photomontage
Contents
Introduction
7.01   Understanding the terms
7.02   Introduction to photomontage
7.03   C.W. Applegreen creates a composite photograph
Composite photographs
7.04   Composite and combination prints: Defined
7.05   George N. Barnard: Composite photographs during the American Civil War (1861-1865)
Photomontage
7.06   Photomontage - Defined
7.07   Henry Hering - Alfred Reeves: Photograph. The Kings and Queens of England
7.08   André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri: Photomontages - Mosaïques
7.09   Eugène de Tarade: Photographic fantasies
7.10   Juan Pedro Chabalgoity: Photo-collages on cartes de visite (ca 1875)
7.11   Unidentified photographer / collagist: Collaged portrait (1850s-1870s)
7.12   William Notman: Photomontages
7.13   Eli Lotar: Le Theatre Alfred Jarry et l’Hostilite Publique (1930)
7.14   J. Pécsi: Photo und Publizität - Photo and Advertising (1930)
7.15   Portugal 1934: Photomontage as propaganda
7.16   Marcel-G. Lefrancq: Les onzes Mois de la bonne Année (taken 1939-1945)
7.17   Teresa Zarnower: Obrona Warszawy - The defense of Warsaw (1942-1945)
7.18   Herbert Matter: Advertising
7.19   Val Telberg: Photomontages
7.20   Harold Feinstein: Photomontage
7.21   Alan Lennon: Photomontages
Collage
7.22   Collage - Defined
7.23   Decorated pages in nineteenth century photograph albums
7.24   Lady Mary Georgiana Filmer: Decorated album pages
Techniques and processes
7.25   Daguerreotypes: Multiple images
7.26   Albumen prints: Photomontage
7.27   Cartes de visite: Photomontage
7.28   Cabinet cards: Photomontage
7.29   Gelatin silver prints: Photomontage
Spirit photography
7.30   William H. Mumler: Spirit photography
7.31   William Hope: Spirit photography and séances
7.32   Richard Boursnell & J. Evans Sterling (London Spiritualists): Spirit photographs
7.33   Cottingley Fairies
Reusing card photographs
7.34   Bohumil Stepan: Satirical photocollages
7.35   Contemporary artworks using card photographs
7.36   The Whimsical Carte de Visite World of the Carte Horse Conspiracy and Archived Associates...
Assemblage
7.37   Assemblage - Defined
Conclusions
7.38   Conclusions to photomontage
 
  
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