Genre scene, woman in kitchen peeling vegetables

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    Accession Number: 1983:0063:0001

    Maker: Dr. W. Simon

    Title: Genre scene, woman in kitchen peeling vegetables

    Date: ca. 1910

    Medium: color plate, screen (Autochrome) process

    Dimensions: Image: 10 x 12.8 cm

    George Eastman House Collection

    General information about the George Eastman House Photography Collection is available at www.eastmanhouse.org/inc/collections/photography.php.

    For information on obtaining reproductions go to: www.eastmanhouse.org/flickr/index.php?pid=1983:0063:0001.

    Glynnis Ritchie, mukikamu, Bellinha-, and 201 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. alcinoo 80 months ago | reply

      amazing shot, this is a fantastic collection

    2. Miguelángel 78 months ago | reply

      Fantastic history lesson, providen by you collection.
      This photo es great, yes sir: Good selection!

    3. Romina De Rossi 78 months ago | reply

      Stupenda.. un "ritratto" alla Vermeer...

    4. thecaveofthedead 78 months ago | reply

      How on earth did they get the dog reasonably sharp? 10 pounds of magnesium powder flaring like a super-nova? Or was it stuffed? ;)

    5. celticpixl 78 months ago | reply

      Those autochromes still look fantastic today!
      The French Lumiere Brothers invented the process using a potato paste.
      Albert Kahn, the French Industrialist, sent photographsrs around the world recording autochromes.

    6. Cryptia. [deleted] 77 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The frugal kitchen (photo's & recipes), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    7. victortan47 [deleted] 77 months ago | reply

      nice shot

    8. elbailedelaspalomas [deleted] 76 months ago | reply

      vermeer

    9. Tetley T 69 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Kitchens: ovens, stoves, world kitchens..., and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. fmehrtens 61 months ago | reply

      I guess what hits me is that life is so short. All of these subjects I'm sure have passed on. But we see them today as life and beauty in these precious photos. I guess we all hit an age that the reality of mortality hits us (38).

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