1864-1865, English, Photograph edition: [Studio portraits by Batchelder & O'Neill, in Melbourne] [picture] / Batchelder & O'Neill. Batchelder & O'Neill (photographer.)

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[Studio portraits by Batchelder & O'Neill, in Melbourne] Batchelder & O'Neill
 
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Physical Description
  • 6 photographic prints on cartes de visite mounts : albumen silver ; 11 x 7 cm.
Published
  • [ca. 1865-ca. 1865]
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • [Studio portraits by Batchelder &​ O'Neill, in Melbourne] /​ Batchelder &​ O'Neill.
Creator
  • Batchelder &​ O'Neill (photographer.)
Published
  • [ca. 1865-ca. 1865]
Medium
  • [picture]
Physical Description
  • 6 photographic prints on cartes de visite mounts : albumen silver ; 11 x 7 cm.
Series
Subjects
Target Audience
  • General
Contents
  • Woman, standing, whole-length, to left, wearing lace shawl over dress, left hand on top of a velvet upholstered chair
  • Lieutenant James Iredell Waddell, captain of the Confederate warship "Shenandoah": bust, right profile, moustache
  • Woman, sitting, three-quarter-length, to left, cheeks hand coloured pink
  • Elderly man, whole-length, to left, holding gloves in left hand, top hat and umbrella in his right, wearing cleric's collar
  • Man, standing, whole-length, full face, left hand on hip, right hand on top of a chiar
  • Woman, to left, standing, leaning on cupboard or pedestal, hair braided and worn up, wearing dark coloured choker, light summery dress with a ribbon around the waist.
Notes
  • Title assigned by cataloguer.
  • Not dated but Batchelder &​ O'Neill were at this address between 1864-1865.
  • Photographer printed on verso of H2005.34/​499-501: Batchelder &​ O'Neill. /​ 41 Collins St. East, /​ Melbourne.
  • Photographer printed on verso of H2005.34/​502-503: Photographed by /​ Batchelder &​ O'Neill. /​ 41 Collins St. East, /​ Melbourne.
  • Photographer printed on verso of H2005.34/​504: Batchelder &​ O'Neill. /​ Artist Photographers /​ 41 Collins St. East, Melbourne.
  • H2005.34/​504 has photographer printed on card below image: Batchelder &​ O'Neill. /​ 41 Collins St. East, /​ Melbourne /​ Est. 1854.
  • Inscribed on verso of H2005.34/​499: Grandmama Singleton for Fred (illeg.).
  • This work is out of copyright
Language
  • English
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Rating: 5/5
Anonymous
2013-02-06 16:57:53.0

The first portrait, the gentleman in a bow-tie, is James Waddell, Captain of the CSS Shenandoah, the Confederate warship which visited Melbourne during the American Civil War. This is an extremely important photograph!