Canadian Photography, 1839-1920

Type of resource
Authors/collaborators
Title
Canadian Photography, 1839-1920
Abstract
The Scottish-born William Notman (1826-1891), who immigrated to Montreal in 1856 and opened his photographic studio that year, was Canada's first internationally recognized photographer and renowned for his portraits, landscapes, cityscapes and composites photos.
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Coach House Press
Date
1979
Language
en
Notes

Revised and expanded edition of Ralph Greenhill's Early Photography in Canada (1965).

Citation
Greenhill, Ralph, and Andrew Birrell. Canadian Photography, 1839-1920. Toronto, ON: Coach House Press, 1979.
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