Modern Vivex colour print made from negatives of Clerk Maxwell

Made:
c. 1930s (original 1861)
photographer:
James Clerk Maxwell

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Modern "Vivex" colour print (c. 1930s) made from what is believed to be the first set of tri-colour separation negatives made, i.e. those of James Clerk Maxwell of 1861.

Details

Category:
Photographs
Object Number:
1937-111
Measurements:
overall (framed): 518 mm x 415 mm x 32 mm,
type:
photograph
credit:
Colour Photographs (B & F) Ltd.