Three albumen prints mounted as a triptypch of the three Liddell sisters (Ina, Alice and Edith), photographed by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) between 1858 and 1860. The three prints are all oval in shape and mounted overlapped, except for the third which is cut to fit the curavature of the adjacent print. Ina is shown seated holding a doll, Alice seated beside a potted fern and Edith holding a hat, seated beside a vase of foxgloves. The girl's names are handwritten in pencil beneath the images.
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oval image 3 (Edith): 100 mm x 73 mm
oval image 1 (Ina): 100 mm x 76 mm
oval image 2 (Alice): 100 mm x 76 mm
mount: 217 mm x 266 mm
- albumen print
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