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The Full Moon, from The Moon considered as a Planet, a World and A Satellite by James Hall Nasmyth (English, 1808-1890) and J. Carpenter (1874)

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Warren De La Rue, The Full Moon, from The Moon considered as a Planet, a World and A Satellite by James Hall Nasmyth (English, 1808-1890) and J. Carpenter (1874), 1851/1854 (negative); 1874 (print), Woodburytype, Museum Purchase: Exhibition Fund, public domain, 2002.53

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Title

The Full Moon, from The Moon considered as a Planet, a World and A Satellite by James Hall Nasmyth (English, 1808-1890) and J. Carpenter (1874)

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book title (original language): The Moon considered as a Planet, a World and A Satellite by James Hall Nasmyth (English, 1808-1890) and J. Carpenter (1874)

Artist

Warren De La Rue (British, active 19th century)

Date

1851/1854 (negative); 1874 (print)

Medium

Woodburytype

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 6 in x 6 1/4 in; sheet: 8 1/2 in x 11 in

Collection Area

Photography

Category

Photographs

Object Type

photograph

Culture

British

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Exhibition Fund

Accession Number

2002.53

Copyright

public domain

Terms

moon as celestial body

paper

photographs

Woodburytype

Woodburytypes

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