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Newman's Coloured Photographs
1856, 27 September
Mechanic's Magazine, Volume 65, No.1729, Sept 27, 1856, p.300.
NEWMAN'S COLOURED PHOTOGRAPHS.
We have been favoured by Mr. Newman of Soho-square, with a view of some photographs colored with his "Improved Photographic Colors." The effect is life-like, all the delicacy of the most elaborate photograph being preserved with the addition of colour. Mr. Newman informs us, that the process of colouring is excessively easy, and only requires taste on the part of the amateur, to produce effects more life-like than can be produced by any other species of colouring. We should think our female friends would he delighted with so lady-like, useful, beautiful and cheap an occupation.