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|Claude Batho (1935, 1 June - 1981, September) was born - France, Chamalières. French photographer and wife of photographer John Batho. |
Christopher Bucklow (1957, 1 June - ) was born - UK, England, Lancashire, Flixton. British painter and photographer. Within the photographic community he is best known for his series "Guest" which began in the 1990s.
Ruth Hallensleben (1898, 1 June - 1977) was born - Germany, Cologne. German documentary and landscape photographer.
Lady Clementina Hawarden (1822, 1 June - 1865, 19 January) was born - Great Britain, Scotland, Cumbernauld, nr Glasgow. Early Scottish photographer who took portraits of her family, friends and acquaintances.
Jennifer Mehra (1970, 1 June - ) was born - UK, London. Works with Tim Maslen in the collaborative team of Maslen & Mehra.
Lowell N. Miller (1914, 1 June - 1999, 5 August) was born - US, KS, Wellington.
Alfred-Nicolas Normand (1822, 1 June - 1909, 2 March) was born - France, Paris. Architect and calotypist who changed later to using bromide gelatine. He collaborated with the "Roman Photographic School" which was a group of intellectuals who were passionate about photography and calotypes.
William J. Stillman (1828, 1 June - 1901, 6 July) was born - US, NY, Schenectady. American photographer, painter, journalist and art critic. Traveled with John Ruskin to the Alps and produced from his European travels photographs of classical sites, most notably the Acropolis (1870). His book ‘Poetic Localities: More...
James Smith Begg (1830 (ca) - 1899, 1 June) died - England, Middlesex.
Henry L. Chase (1832 - 1901, 1 June) died - US, HI, Maui. In Honolulu from 1856-1885, except for a period in Keene, N. H. from 1874-1876; in Maui from 1886-1901; took over Joseph W. King‘s studio in 1862 as "Cosmopolitan Photo Gallery"; purchased C.L. Weed‘s negatives; studio burned out in Mar.More...
Charles Marville (1813, 17 July - 1879, 1 June) died - France, Paris. He began his career as a draftsman making wood engravings and lithographs. French photographer specializing in religious sites. By 1851 he was working for the Louvre Museum in Paris as an official photographer. He also took a series of about 425 More...
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| ||His use of color to capture the strangeness of English society in the 1980s was quite exceptional. He has become a trickster using his collections of boring postcards and self-portraits taken during his travels to explore diverse areas of early colou... |
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