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Eugene Cuvelier, Près le Bodmer (Close to the Bodmer Oak),, 1858 (ca), Albumen print, from paper negative, LACMA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection, gift of The Annenberg Foundation, acquired from Carol Vernon and Robert Turbin (M.2008.40.602), LL/46460
 
Forest of Fontainebleau
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Context to the Forest of Fontainebleau
954.01   Fontainebleau, Barbizon - the relationships between painters and photographers
954.02   Fontainebleau from the air
954.03   Thomas Seddon on protecting the Forests of Fontainebleau (1850)
954.04   Preserving paint in collapsible tubes
Similarities between paintings and photographs
954.05   Paintings of the Forests of Fontainebleau
954.06   Photographs of the Forests of Fontainebleau
Case studies
954.07   Paintings and prints based upon paintings or vice versa - The road to Chailly (Forests of Fontainebleau)
954.08   Paintings and prints based upon paintings or vice versa - The Bodmer Oak (Forests of Fontainebleau)
Photographers in the Forest of Fontainebleau
954.09   Eugène Cuvelier: France: Forest of Fontainebleau
954.10   William Drooke Harrison: France: Forest of Fontainebleau
954.11   Gustave Le Gray: France: Forest of Fontainebleau
954.12   Constant Alexandre Famin: The Forest of Fontainebleau
954.13   L. Delaroche: Forest of Fontainebleau
 
  
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