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William Notman

the stamp of a studio
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Art Gallery of Ontario , [Toronto]
Notman, William., Landscape photography -- Exhibitions., Portrait photography -- Exhibitions., Photographers -- Québec (Province) -- Montréal -- Biogr

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Québec (Province), Montr

StatementStanley G. Triggs.
ContributionsNotman, William., Art Gallery of Ontario.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTR660.5 .T75 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination173 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2282626M
ISBN 100919777228, 088910283X
LC Control Number86147985

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This book illuminates the life and work of a remarkably industrious and resourceful entrepreneur. In William Notman produced a commemorative maple box of photographs for Queen Victoria; legend has it she was so pleased that she named him “Photographer to the Queen,” a title which Notman strategically mounted above his Bleury Street studio.

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World of William Notman book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Notman was one of the giants of 19th-century photography, and thro /5(1).

This beautifully illustrated book offers a comprehensive look at the career of photographer William Notman (–). Born in Scotland, Notman emigrated to Canada in ; he settled in Montreal and opened a photography studio that later had.

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L: Ward, Lock & Bowden, Limited, With nineteen collotype plates, and eighty-seven illustrations in the text (many of which are by Notman). The broad strokes of William Notman’s life could have anchored a Victorian novel.

He was born March 8,in Paisley, Scotland, to William Notman and Janet Sloan. His father was a designer and manufacturer of woollen cloth; his paternal grandfather had been a dairy farmer.

William Notman: Photographic Pioneer Artist and technician, elitist and democratizer, the Canadian who changed photography forever is featured in an exhibition at the Canadian Museum of History. Written by Nancy Payne. The Notman Photographic Archives constitute the heart of the collection with somephotographs from the Montreal studio founded in by William Notman () and run by his sons until under the name Wm.

Notman & Son. The Notman photographic studio was founded in by William Notman. During its 78 years in operation, the studio and the personal history of its founder William Notman were closely linked.

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NOTMAN, WILLIAM, photographer and businessman; b. 8 March in Paisley, Scotland, first child of William Notman and Janet Sloan; d. 25 Nov. in Montreal. William Notman was born into an educated, industrious, and ambitious family, which, at a time of general upward mobility in the Scottish rural classes, had risen in two generations from the ranks of farmers, miners, and millworkers to.

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Notman. Produced for the exhibition, this book includes over of period prints and glass negatives from the Montreal studio, reproduced digitally to an unprecedented level of details, and seven scholarly essays that attest to Montreal’s swift development during the Notman era.

Buy. William Notman: | | | |William Notman| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive. When William Notman died in Hill bought the business, keeping the Notman name, and carried on until his own death in marked the opening of a studio in St.

John, New Brunswick, under the management of William’s twenty-one-year-old brother James Notman. WILLIAM NOTMAN - THE STAMP OF A STUDIO By Stanley G. Triggs Published for the Art Gallery of Ontario by the Coach House Press, Toronto, ISBN x. WIILIAM NOTMAN'S STUDIO - THE CANADIAN PICTURE Published by the McCord Museum of Canadian History, ISBN THE WORLD OF WILLIAM NOTMAN.

William Notman / McCord Museum Updated Feb. 2, William Notman—one of Canada’s pioneering and now near-forgotten artists—sailed from Glasgow to Montreal in.

William Notman,was the most important Canadian photographer of his time. Oblong: Approximately 9" x 12". Above-average wear to grey covers which bear short tears and are missing a 2" chunk from one corner.

The World of William Notman The Nineteenth Century Through A Master Lens (Book): Hall, Roger: "Largely forgotten today, Notman was a dominant figure of photography in the U.S. and Canada in the s and '80s. His Montreal-based family firm documented a continent's prideful development through photographs of architectural triumphs, universities and the land's ascendant citizens in.

Through his unparalleled combination of photographic and promotional skills, William Notman (–) was the first Canadian photographer to build an international reputation. Fleeing Scotland in on charges of fraud, Notman settled with his family in Montreal and swiftly established himself as the city’s most prominent photographer.

William Notman in Scotland --William Notman in Montreal --Benjamin Baltzly on the North Thompson River --William McFarlane Notman: 'The Son' --William Haggerty: Eastern landscapes --William Notman and his staff photographers --The art department.

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Lovell, ), by Fennings Taylor (illustrated HTML at Gutenberg Canada); Notman, William, illust. This beautifully illustrated book offers a comprehensive look at the career of photographer William Notman ().

Born in Scotland, Notman emigrated to Canada in ; he settled in Montreal and opened a photography studio that later had branches throughout Canada and the United States. A book on William Notman and his work, entitled Notman, A Visionary Photographer, was produced for the exhibition through the support of Power Corporation du Canada.

A definitive study of the artist, this page hard cover publication contains illustrations and essays by photographic historians and archivists, experts on Notman. Notman's Photographic Selections by William Notman Edition: First edition.

Book condition: Good. Heavy wear to cover though all titles visible and bright, structurally sound with po blind stamp only ownership mark, 48 p. A series of photographs by William Notman illustrating rules of the sport of lacrosse for William George Beers’s first published rule book on the sport in Canada.

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William George Beers, “Lacrosse: The National Game of Canada” (), National Library of Canada. Still Life with Books Attributed to William Notman (Canadian, born Scotland, –) - This charming still life is constructed from volumes comprising a typical late-nineteenth-century classical library and 37 pins.He was born in the small village of Kirkurd in Peebleshire in Februarythe son of John Notman a clerk of works, and his wife Margaret Kemp.

The family moved to Northfield Cottage on Newhaven Road west of Leith in the s where he was articled to William Henry Playfair to train as an architect in His cousin, John Notman joined him a few years later (and emigrated to America).The subsequent trial of Robert Notman became cause-célèbre in the newly minted Dominion of Canada in Portrait of a Scandal depicts a society that distanced itself from sexual misconduct, while it lapped up its every detail.

Includes 20 William Notman photographs. History