Photographic Wonders: American Daguerreotypes from The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
In 1839 the American public first encountered the exciting new invention of photography in its earliest form, the daguerreotype. By 1843, daguerreotypists had set up shop in every major city in the United States. This exhibition will feature 82 daguerreotypes of exceptional quality and variety, with the astonishingly high degree of pictorial resolution typical of this rare, one-of-a-kind photograph.
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