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John Dillwyn LLEWELYN (Welsh, 1810-1882) Lady Emlyn (Sarah M. Cary Compton-Cavendish, d. 1881), 1850s Salt print from a collodion negative 7.7 x 8.9 cm, trimmed oval

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (Welsh, 1810-1882)
Lady Emlyn (Sarah M. Cary Compton-Cavendish, d. 1881), 1850s
Salt print from a collodion negative
7.7 x 8.9 cm, trimmed oval

 

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John Dillwyn LLEWELYN (Welsh, 1810-1882) The Orangery at Penrice, seat of Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot, MP, circa 1854 Albumen print from a collodion negative 19.0 x 24.2 cm

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (Welsh, 1810-1882)
The Orangery at Penrice, seat of Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot, MP, circa 1854
Albumen print from a collodion negative
19.0 x 24.2 cm

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John Dillwyn LLEWELYN (Welsh, 1810-1882) Pheasant and ferns, Penllergare, early 1850s Albumen print from a glass negative 21.4 x 16.2 cm on 21.7 x 16.5 cm paper, irregularly trimmed

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (Welsh, 1810-1882)
Pheasant and ferns, Penllergare, early 1850s
Albumen print from a glass negative
21.4 x 16.2 cm on 21.7 x 16.5 cm paper, irregularly trimmed

John Dillwyn Llewelyn was a magistrate, a distinguished botanist and a founder member of the Royal Institution of South Wales. Many of his images were made around his country seat in Penllergare, near Swansea, and around the Welsh coast. Llewelyn was a cousin by marriage of William Henry Fox Talbot who taught him the process.   

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John Dillwyn LLEWELYN (Welsh, 1810-1882) Penllergare and surroundings, circa 1856 Collage of 12 albumen prints within a decorative border 32.0 x 26.0 cm mounted on 45.4 x 35.6 cm paper Three lower prints titled "Sewin", "The Shanty" and "Woodcock" in ink on mount

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (Welsh, 1810-1882)
Penllergare and surroundings, circa 1856
Collage of 12 albumen prints within a decorative border
32.0 x 26.0 cm mounted on 45.4 x 35.6 cm paper
Three lower prints titled "Sewin", "The Shanty" and "Woodcock" in ink on mount

John Dillwyn Llewelyn was a magistrate, a distinguished botanist and a founding member of the Royal Institution of South Wales. Many of his images were made around his country seat in Penllergare, near Swansea, and around the Welsh coast. Llewelyn was a cousin by marriage of William Henry Fox Talbot who taught him the process.

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John Dillwyn LLEWELYN (Welsh, 1810-1882) Lady Emlyn (Sarah M. Cary Compton-Cavendish, d. 1881), 1850s Salt print from a collodion negative 7.7 x 8.9 cm, trimmed oval

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (Welsh, 1810-1882)
Lady Emlyn (Sarah M. Cary Compton-Cavendish, d. 1881), 1850s
Salt print from a collodion negative
7.7 x 8.9 cm, trimmed oval

 

John Dillwyn LLEWELYN (Welsh, 1810-1882) The Orangery at Penrice, seat of Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot, MP, circa 1854 Albumen print from a collodion negative 19.0 x 24.2 cm

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (Welsh, 1810-1882)
The Orangery at Penrice, seat of Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot, MP, circa 1854
Albumen print from a collodion negative
19.0 x 24.2 cm

John Dillwyn LLEWELYN (Welsh, 1810-1882) Pheasant and ferns, Penllergare, early 1850s Albumen print from a glass negative 21.4 x 16.2 cm on 21.7 x 16.5 cm paper, irregularly trimmed

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (Welsh, 1810-1882)
Pheasant and ferns, Penllergare, early 1850s
Albumen print from a glass negative
21.4 x 16.2 cm on 21.7 x 16.5 cm paper, irregularly trimmed

John Dillwyn Llewelyn was a magistrate, a distinguished botanist and a founder member of the Royal Institution of South Wales. Many of his images were made around his country seat in Penllergare, near Swansea, and around the Welsh coast. Llewelyn was a cousin by marriage of William Henry Fox Talbot who taught him the process.   

John Dillwyn LLEWELYN (Welsh, 1810-1882) Penllergare and surroundings, circa 1856 Collage of 12 albumen prints within a decorative border 32.0 x 26.0 cm mounted on 45.4 x 35.6 cm paper Three lower prints titled "Sewin", "The Shanty" and "Woodcock" in ink on mount

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (Welsh, 1810-1882)
Penllergare and surroundings, circa 1856
Collage of 12 albumen prints within a decorative border
32.0 x 26.0 cm mounted on 45.4 x 35.6 cm paper
Three lower prints titled "Sewin", "The Shanty" and "Woodcock" in ink on mount

John Dillwyn Llewelyn was a magistrate, a distinguished botanist and a founding member of the Royal Institution of South Wales. Many of his images were made around his country seat in Penllergare, near Swansea, and around the Welsh coast. Llewelyn was a cousin by marriage of William Henry Fox Talbot who taught him the process.

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