THE HISTORY AND PRACTICE OF THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY; OR THE PRODUCTION OF PICTURES, THROUGH THE AGENCY OF LIGHT. CONTAINING ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS NECESSARY FOR THE COMPLETE PRACTICE OF THE DAGUERREAN AND PHOTOGENIC ART, BOTH ON METALLIC PLATES AND ON PAPER. ILLUSTRATED WITH WOOD CUTS. Henry H. Snelling.

THE HISTORY AND PRACTICE OF THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY; OR THE PRODUCTION OF PICTURES, THROUGH THE AGENCY OF LIGHT. CONTAINING ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS NECESSARY FOR THE COMPLETE PRACTICE OF THE DAGUERREAN AND PHOTOGENIC ART, BOTH ON METALLIC PLATES AND ON PAPER. ILLUSTRATED WITH WOOD CUTS.

  • Hastings-on-Hudson, NY: Morgan & Morgan, (1970).
  • 12mo.
  • cloth, blindstamped, exact facsimile
  • (viii), followed by the facsimile
  • ISBN: 0871000148

Price: $12.50  other currencies

Order Nr. 99751

Published in collaboration with the George Eastman House of Rochester, New York. With an introduction by Beaumont Newhall. In the introduction, Newhall describes how this book has been reproduced "in exact facsimile, including the binding, from an original first edition in the George Eastman House collection". The facsimile contains the subtitle "Production of Pictures through the Agency of Light; Containing All the Instructions Necessary for the Complete Practice of the Daguerrean and Photogenic Art, both on Metalic Plates and on Paper". Facsimile illustrated with 31 black-and-white woodcuts. Minor shelfwear on corners and spine ends.