Metropolital Museum of Art Releases Victorian Era, Renowned Artists’ Photographs to the Public


Alfred Lord Tennyson | 1865

New Republic

The Metropolitan Museum of Art released a flood of images for public consumption, including a collection of Julia Margaret Cameron photographs that aren’t currently on view at the Museum. A pioneer in the field, Cameron not only crossed gender lines in her work, she also secured on film some of the Victorian era’s most noted men and women of the arts, letters, and society. Intimate and inviting, her photographs remain some of our closest encounters with the intellectual legends of the nineteenth century.

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