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For those interested in the History of Photography...

 
quoteLuminous-Lint is an online scholarly non-commercial resource that has been constructed collaboratively over the last eight years to share information on the history of photography worldwide. Over 2,300 people, estates and institutions have provided information: the website is robust, highly interconnected, and has over 10 million page views a year. 
  
Looking for something in particular? 
  
The Getting Around search box is the way to go or you can experiment with these... 
  
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I hope you enjoy this resource as much as I enjoy bringing it all together.quote

All the best, Alan Griffiths
alan@luminous-lint.com

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The Themes below have just been updated and let me know if you have improvements - for other Themes use the Contents page.

Experimental and manipulated photographyExperimental and manipulated photographyManipulated photographyManipulated photography
PictorialismPictorialismFashion 1920-1930Fashion 1920-1930
Intimate relationshipsIntimate relationshipsErotica and nudesErotica and nudes
American Civil War (1861-1865)American Civil War (1861-1865)MagnumMagnum
ArchaeologyArchaeologyTravelTravel
PoliticiansPoliticiansFashionFashion
Non-paper objectsNon-paper objectsEgyptEgypt
Photo-jewelryPhoto-jewelryHistory of photographyHistory of photography
ColourColourRomeRome
Cityscapes - UrbanCityscapes - UrbanDocumentaryDocumentary
GermanyGermanyCard photographsCard photographs
DaguerreotypesDaguerreotypesSurveillanceSurveillance
BauhausBauhausArtist studies - AcadémiesArtist studies - Académies
Weimar Germany (1919-1933)Weimar Germany (1919-1933)Carte de visiteCarte de visite
ArtArtRemnants of the Ancient and Classical worldRemnants of the Ancient and Classical world
Still lifeStill lifeStereoviews, stereographs and stereocardsStereoviews, stereographs and stereocards
New Objectivity - Neue SachlichkeitNew Objectivity - Neue SachlichkeitFloodsFloods
ArchitectureArchitectureScientificScientific
IndustrialIndustrialCrimean War (1854-1856)Crimean War (1854-1856)
BotanyBotanyLondonLondon

What‘s New on Luminous-Lint

Mar 31Funding Luminous-Lint 
  
Mar 30Newsletter 8.01 - March 30 10, 2013 has been emailed 
  
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Jun 30The next phase... camera obscuras, the portrait, art and a thousand other topics... 
  
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Apr 22Reed Brockway Bontecou 
  
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Apr 21Eve Arnold 
  
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Apr 19William Klein 
  
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Apr 18Wynn Bullock / John Loengard 
  
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Apr 17Sherrie Levine 
  
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Apr 16T. Enami 
  
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Apr 15Alexey Brodovitch 
  
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Photograph of the day

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Charles Marville 
Autoportrait de Marville, assis sur le balcon de la rue Saint-Dominique (?) 
1856 (ca) 
  
Albument print, from glass negative 
21.7 x 15.5 
  
Musée d'Orsay 
© photo musée d'Orsay / rmn 
  
 
LL/45600 
  

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Preparing biographies on photographers 
  
Portraits of photographers 
  
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