Friday, May 2, 2014

Art Canada Institute Features Photographer William Notman

"In the nineteenth century, Montreal-based photographer William Notman (1826–1891) took pictures of anyone who was someone. He made a name for himself internationally as Canada’s most revered photographer, working for a celebrated list of clients. His superb studio portraits form the core of his work, but he is equally known for his innovative composite pictures in which—long before the invention of Photoshop—he mastered his medium to make the unreal look real. "

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