- Identification and Creation
- Object Number
Mary Georgiana Caroline Cecil Filmer, British (1838-1903)
- Untitled (five photographs, clockwise from upper left, Sir Archibald Hope; Lady Hope; Lady Edwin Hill; Mrs. Goff; center, Viscountess Holmesdale)
- Work Type
- photograph, album page
- Creation Place: Europe, United Kingdom
- Persistent Link
- Physical Descriptions
- Album page with five carte de visite albumen silver prints, two photographs are bordered with red and silver metallic paint.
- Albumen silver print
- 28.9 x 23.2 cm (11 3/8 x 9 1/8 in.)
- Inscriptions and Marks
- inscription: Sitter's names are inscribed beneath photographs.
- Seiden & de Cuevas, Inc., New York, NY, purchased from Christie's, 1978, Gift to the Fogg Art Museum, 1982. On Long Term Loan to the Fogg Art Museum from 1978 to 1982
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Purchase through the generosity of Melvin R. Seiden
- Object Number
- European and American Art
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- Sitter information:
Sir Archibald Hope (28 February 1808-24 January 1883). 12th Baronet, Lt. Col. Midlothian Militia. DL Edinburgh. Married Aldena (d. 20 October 1908) daughter of Henry Kingscote, 17 July 1862.
Lady Edwin Hill
Viscountess Holmesdale, born Lady Julia Mann (2 July 1844-1 September 1883), name changed to Cornwallis 22 October 1844. Only surviving child of the 5th and last Earl Cornwallis. Married 27 August 1862 to William Archer Amherst, Viscount Holmesdale (1836-1910). The Viscountess is buried at Linton.
The center photograph and photograph in the lower right corner of the page are bordered in red and silver metallic paint. The other photographs are frame with graphite lines which may indicate that they too were to be similarly bordered.
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