Julia Margaret Cameron

Art, Photography
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Julia Margaret Cameron
he Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Margaret Cameron, Christabel, 1866
A pioneer of photography as a fine art form, Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–1879) was known for spiritual, soulful portraits of subjects who, like the artist herself, came from Engalnd's Victorian upper class. These include such artists, poets and thinkers as Alfred, Lord Tennyson and Thomas Carlyle. This exhibition is the first New York museum show dedicated to Cameron in nearly a generation, and is drawn entirely from the Met's collection.


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