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Albumen print from wet collodion negative entitled 'Mary Hiller,' photographed by Julia Margaret Cameron, 1865-1866.
Half-length portrait of young woman, c 1877
Albumen print by Julia Margaret Cameron, half-length portrait of girl or woman, Ceylon.
The Kiss of Peace
c 1869; (1875)
A photographic study entitled 'The Kiss of Peace' of Florence Beatrice Anson (1860-1946) and Mary Ann Hillier (1847-1936), taken by Julia Margaret Cameron in about 1869. This carbon print was made in about 1875 from an original negative taken by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) in about 1869. Cameron had approximately seventy of her negatives printed as carbon prints by The Autotype Company between 1870 and 1880. Florence was the eldest daughter of Lord Lichfield. Mary Ann Hillier was Cameron's personal maid from 1861 to 1875.
A photographic portrait entitled 'Marie Spartali', taken by Julia Maraget Cameron (1815-1879) in 1868. The eldest daughter of a Greek-born businessman, Marie Spartali (1843-1927) was an artist's model and watercolourist. After studying with the Pre-Raphaelite painter Ford Madox Brown (1821-1893), she exhibited her work at the Royal Academy from 1871. Albumen print.
R G Thompson
A photographic portrait of R G Thompson, taken by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) on 3 July, 1866. Albumen print.
Miss Louise Beatrice de Fonblanque
A photographic portrait entitled 'Louise Beatrice de Fonblanque', taken by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) in March 1868. A renowned beauty, Louise was the daughter of Albany de Fonblanque (1829-1924). Albumen print.
Full length photographic portrait of a woman, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), about 1877
Albumen print by Julia Margaret Cameron, full-length portrait of woman, Ceylon. Full length portrait by Julia Margaret Cameron of a woman from Ceylon. She is probably a worker (estate 'coolie') from the Camerons' coffee plantation.
Woman tea plantation worker, c 1877
Albumen print, by Julia Margaret Cameron, woman tea plantation worker. A photographic portrait of a young woman from Ceylon (Sri Lanka), taken by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) in about 1877. The woman is probably a maidservant or plantation worker.