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This lavishly illustrated book discusses the relationship between art, science and technology which, around 1840, laid a fertile groundwork for photography to flourish in Scotland.
It looks at the early professionals including D. O. Hill, Robert Adamson, James Valentine and George Washington Wilson.
Dr A. D. Morrison-Low is Principal Curator, Historic Scientific Instruments and Photography at National Museums Scotland.
This title was published for National Museums Scotland by NMS Enterprises Ltd – Publishing.
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