Alethea (Alice Liddell), 1872. : News Photo
Alethea (Alice Liddell), 1872. : News Photo

Alethea (Alice Liddell), 1872.

'UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 19: Photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) of Alice Liddell (1852'1934) who, as a child, was photographed by Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson). He wrote 'Alice in Wonderland' and 'Through the Looking Glass' for her. Alethea is an ancient Greek the word meaning honesty and sincerity. Cameron's photographic portraits are considered among the finest in the early history of photography. She set up a private studio at her Isle of Wight home at the age of 48, after her daughter gave her a camera, and she became expert at using the collodion wet-plate process. She used friends, servants and neighbours as subjects, including the scientists John Herschel and Charles Darwin, and the poet Alfred Lord Tennyson. (Photo by The Royal Photographic Society Collection/National Science and Media Museum/SSPL/Getty Images)'


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Credit:Royal Photographic Society / Contributor
Editorial #:90762993
Date created:January 01, 1872
License type:Rights-managed
Release info:Not released. More information
Object name:10455898
Max file size:2892 x 3508 px (9.64 x 11.69 in) - 300 dpi - 839 KB
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