The world’s first sel-portrait photograph, ca. 1900
This photo was taken by an early Edwardian woman in 1900 with a Kodak Brownie box camera might be the oldest selfie ever taken (via).
via Vintage everyday
An Explanation of Light, 1984
Fluorescent tubes, glazed ‘French’ doors, electrical cable
240 x 200 cm, tubes 61 to 240 cm
Bill Culbert, Jug Pouring Glass Croagnes 1980. Black and white photograph, 190 x 190 mm.
Carolus Duran (Charles Émile Auguste Durand (1837–1917)
Portrait équestre de mademoiselle Croizette, 1873
Carolus-Duran_-_Equestrian_Portrait_of_Mademoiselle_Croizette by maxjukes on Flickr.
WHITE.WOOD.GREY: Anni Albers Prints -
As seen on the wonderful White.Wood.Grey Blog
Josef and Anni Albers were artistic adventurers who were both pioneers of twentieth-century modernism. Josef Albers (1888-1976) was an influential teacher, writer, painter, and color theorist—now best known for the Homages to the Square he painted between…