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WHEATSTONE, Sir Charles (1802-1875)

K/PP107/8/1-92: Stereoscopic photographs by Roger Fenton and others, [1850-1880]

References on this page: WHEATSTONE: 8


K/PP107/8/1a, 8/2a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a quarry escarpment displaying heavy weathering with approach road in foreground bounded by dry stone wall and two seated figures at the foot of the quarry face. Brown sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/1b, 8/2b

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the Transept of the Palais d'Industrie, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855, probably taken from first floor gallery, displaying fine arts, ceramics, musical instruments, bronze sculptures and ecclesiastical furniture. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/1a, 8/2a.


K/PP107/8/3a, 8/4a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a shingle beach with large rocky debris at the base of a high series of cliffs forming background. Light sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/3b, 8/4b

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the interior of the Transept of the Palais d'Industrie, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855, showing in background a Paris-Lyon steam locomotive, number 277, in foreground the Fontaine de Fleurs, framed by the jibs of two small cranes. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/3a, 8/4a.


K/PP107/8/5a, 8/6a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Left and right aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing a cliff face displaying broad terracing towards the sea or a lake, with grass foreground, taken from a position of considerable elevation. Similar to scene depicted in 8/3/a, 8/4/a. Brown sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/5b, 8/6b

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Left and right aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the exterior of the Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855, showing wrought iron gateway, statuary and fountain by Fonderie de Galla. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/5a, 8/6a.


K/PP107/8/7a, 8/8a

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Left and right aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing a sheer rock face displaying signs of slippage, with considerable evidence of rocky debris amid a landscape of small trees and grass, approach road from bottom of picture bounded by wire fencing. Left aspect signed by Roger Fenton. Sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/7b, 8/8b

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing the interior of the Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855, depicting fireplace by Elkington, Mason and Company, ornamental birdcage, with assorted busts and draped female sculpture. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/7a, 8/8a.


K/PP107/8/9a, 8/10a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Left and right aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a ruined stone building set in grassy landscape with figure seated on ruined wall framed by remnant of gothic window. Sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/9b, 8/10b

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the interior of the Palais d'Industrie, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855, showing fountains, statuary and clerestory stained glass illuminations. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/9a, 8/10a.


K/PP107/8/11a, 8/12a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the exterior of Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, with embankment building work on river Seine in foreground. Soft beige tint.


K/PP107/8/11b, 8/12b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a row of Georgian terraced housing consisting of buildings of four or five storeys with ionic colonnades. 8/11b attributed to J Percy. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/11a, 8/12a.


K/PP107/8/13a, 8/14a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing a group of men standing informally outside a complex of farmhouses. 8/13/a differs considerably from 8/14/a in the positioning of at least one of the group. Pale sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/13b, 8/14b

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a dead stag, laid out on foliage showing underbelly. Probably Totteridge Park, Buckinghamshire. Signed by Roger Fenton. Sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/13a, 8/14a.


K/PP107/8/15a, 8/16a

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Left and right aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing a sloping woodland glade in high summer or early autumn with mixture of old and new growth. Totteridge Park or Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire. Possibly by Roger Fenton. Sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/15b, 8/16b

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Left and right aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the body of a dead stag laid out on foliage showing underbelly in which the fronds of a thistle or other small plant obscure the lower neck of the deer. Probably Totteridge Park, Buckinghamshire. By Roger Fenton. Sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/15a, 8/16a.


K/PP107/8/17a, 8/18a

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a small area of coppiced woodland, possibly Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, showing three large trees in foreground and a background of smaller growth. Possibly by Roger Fenton. Sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/17b, 8/18b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a stretch of the River Seine in Paris down to the Isle de la Cité, featuring barges laden with cargo and barrels partially covered by tarpaulin. With ghosting of horse and cart and two figures in 8/17b only. Sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/17a, 8/18a.


K/PP107/8/19a, 8/20a

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a small area of parkland, possibly Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, showing in the foreground two partially hollow coppiced trees in bright sunlight. Possibly by Roger Fenton. Sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/19b, 8/20b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a streetscape showing dirt road bisecting two rows of buildings, with a Flemish-style two storey house in the foreground right adjoining a Georgian building, and an array of substantial townhouses in the background. Light sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/19a, 8/20a.


K/PP107/8/21-22

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph depicting a female figure kneeling in prayer on top of a pedestal engraved 'Thy will be done'. Surrounded by railings with a hedge in the background. Yellow sepia tint. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/23a, 8/24a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph depicting statue of a partially draped female figure playing a lyre against a white canvas background. Yellow sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/23b, 24/b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing a sculpted medallion. Depicting scenes of the arts and crafts and manufacturing trades. Yellow sepia tint. Mounted on the reverse of 8/23a, 8/24a.


K/PP107/8/25-26

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing the figure of a naked female on one knee with arm shielding breast. Yellow sepia tint. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/27a, 8/28a

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing interior of the Transept, Palais d'Industrie, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855, in particular ornate arch headed 'St Gobain', elaborate ironwork railings and statue of female figure in contemplative pose. Purple tin


K/PP107/8/27b, 8/28b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph depicting the frontage of an imposing public building in neo-classical style with copula and displaying the royal coat of arms, with wide boulevard in foreground. Possibly Dublin's Custom House. Yellow sepia tint. Mounted on the reverse of 8/27a, 8/28a.


K/PP107/8/29a, 8/30a

[1852]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph captioned 'Moscow, the Kremlin in the distance'. Panoramic view of the Moscow River with barges showing the Kremlin in the background. Possibly by Roger Fenton during tour of Russia. Yellow sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/29b, 8/30b

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing sloping woodland glade, probably Totteridge Park or Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire. Same scene as 8/15a, 8/16a, but photographed from slightly different angle. Possibly by Roger Fenton. Yellow sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/29a, 8/30a.


K/PP107/8/31a, 8/32/a

[1852]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing the Moscow River with small rowing boats in foreground and St Basil's Cathedral in background. Possibly by Roger Fenton during his tour of Russia. Yellow sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/31b, 8/32b

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing the interior of the Transept, Palais d'Industrie, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855. Photograph taken from first floor gallery includes as its centrepiece a scaled down lighthouse assembly. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/31a, 8/32a


K/PP107/8/33a, 8/34a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing dead or anaesthetised monkey, possibly a vervet, laid out on a wooden stretcher. Sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/33b, 8/34b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing view of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire, including transept, part of nave with remnants of gothic window arches. Possibly by Roger Fenton. Sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/33a, 8/34a.


K/PP107/8/35a, 8/36a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing mounted artillery pieces in foreground, possibly British 12 pound, 4.52 inch New Medium Field guns, with barrack buildings in background. Pale sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/35b, 8/36b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph illustrating a complex of farmhouse, barn and outbuildings with landscape of mature trees and narrow road in foreground. Sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/35a, 8/36a.


K/PP107/8/37a, 8/38a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing microscopic enlargement of frond of moss or seaweed. Purple tint.


K/PP107/8/37b, 8/38b

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a dead stag laid out on foliage showing underbelly. Probably Totteridge Park, Buckinghamshire. With blurring of picture in top right hand corner. By Roger Fenton. Sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/37a, 8/38a.


K/PP107/8/39a, 8/40a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing microscopic enlargement of fronds of moss or seaweed. Purple tint.


K/PP107/8/39b, 8/40b

[1852-1862

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the body of a dead stag laid out on foliage showing underbelly. Thistle or other small plant partially obscures the neck. Probably Totteridge Park, Buckinghamshire. By Roger Fenton. Sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/39a, 8/40a.


K/PP107/8/41a, 8/42a

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the exterior of the Palais d'Industrie, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855, showing garden with park benches, arbour, statuary. Brown sepia.


K/PP107/8/41b, 8/42b

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the body of a dead stag laid out on foliage showing underbelly. With thistle or other small plant partially obscuring neck. Probably Totteridge Park, Buckinghamshire. Almost identical to 8/39b, 8/40b. By Roger Fenton. Sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/41a, 8/42a.


K/PP107/8/43, 8/44

1855

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the interior of the Palais d'Industrie, Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1855. Photographed from gallery showing Transept looking south to French national section, including statuary, ceramics and candelabras. Purple tint. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/45, 8/46

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of hand coloured, mounted stereoscopic photograph showing view of river or lake surrounded by trees. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/47, 8/48

[1862-1886]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a framed photograph of Gilberto Govi, Professor of Physics, University of Turin, 1862-1878, taken by Jules Duboscq (1817-1886), pioneer of stereoscopic photography. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/49, 8/50

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a quarry showing machinery and workings including funicular railway and outhouse. Brown sepia tint. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/51a, 8/52a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the exterior of Peterborough Cathedral with a road and small building in the foreground with open door. Sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/51b, 8/52b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the entrance to Hammersmith Bridge, London. Sepia tint. 8/52b is badly faded. Mounted on reverse of 8/51a, 8/52a.


K/PP107/8/53a, 8/54a

1852

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph captioned in a modern hand, 'External Walls of Kremlin, 1852'. Possibly by Roger Fenton on tour of Russia. Purple tint.


K/PP107/8/53b, 8/54b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing a microscopic enlargement of a frond of seaweed or moss. Very similar, possibly identical to 8/37a and 8/38a. Brown sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/53a, 8/54a.


K/PP107/8/55a, 8/56a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a neoclassical church or other public building, possibly in Nimes, France, in the foreground of which is a fountain topped by a statue of a bishop of Nimes. Brown sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/55b, 8/56b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a dilapidated hut overlooking an estuary or delta. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/55a, 8/56a.


K/PP107/8/57a, 8/58a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of ivy clad gatehouse marking the entrance to Raglan Castle, Monmouthshire. Brown sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/57b, 8/58b

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a track leading from a sunlit clearing of bracken into a dense wooded area. Brown sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/57a, 8/58a.


K/PP107/8/59, 8/60

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the ruined transept or choir of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire, showing detail of gothic arches, view of high bank behind the Abbey and sections of sculpted masonry in foreground. Possibly by Roger Fenton. Brown sepia tint. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/61, 8/62

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing a slipway and stretch of river with small sailing barges and rowing boats. Sepia tint.On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/63, 8/64

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a narrow stretch of river with heavily wooded banks in bright sunshine. Shale deposit in left foreground. Sepia tint. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/65a, 8/66a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the marble statue “The Greek Slave” by Hiram Powers (1805-1873), American sculptor, at the Great Exhibition 1851. Brown sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/65b, 8/66b

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a dead stag laid out on foliage showing underbelly. Identical to 8/37b, 8/38b. 8/66b signed by Roger Fenton. Yellow sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/65a, 8/66a.


K/PP107/8/67a, 8/68a

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a dead stag showing underbelly. Blurring present in top, right hand corner. By Roger Fenton. Yellow sepia tint. Identical to 8/37b, 8/38b.


K/PP107/8/67b, 8/68b

[1852-1862]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a dead stag, the same animal as 8/67a, 8/68a, lying in a muddy enclosure with cage in background. Probably by Roger Fenton at Totteridge Park, Buckinghamshire. Brown sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/67a, 8/68a.


K/PP107/8/69-70a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the statue of a male nude in heroic pose atop pedestal, possibly Apollo or Mercury. Brown sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/70b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the statue of a male nude in heroic pose atop pedestal, possibly Apollo or Mercury. Brown sepia tint. Identical with 8/69.


K/PP107/8/71a, 8/72a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the marble statue “The Greek Slave” by Hiram Powers (1805-1873), American sculptor, at the Great Exhibition 1851. Brown sepia tint. Identical to 8/65a, 8/66a.


K/PP107/8/71b, 8/72b

[1851]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph, probably of the interior of the Crystal Palace, Hyde Park/Sydenham, [1851], showing arched roof, galleries and full sized tree enclosed by the structure. Light sepia tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/71a, 8/72a.


K/PP107/8/73-74

[1851]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph, probably of the interior of the Crystal Palace, Hyde Park/Sydenham, [1851], showing exhibits including lighthouse lens, monumental fountain and aviary, in process of assembly or disassembly. Brown sepia tint. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/75-76

[1851]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph, probably of the interior of the Crystal Palace, Hyde Park/Sydenham, London, [1851], showing galleries and flat roof, with the assembly or disassembly of exhibits. 8/75 displays the number 8028a on reverse, 8/76 displays the number 8028 on reverse. Sepia tint. On single-sided mounts.


K/PP107/8/77-78

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph captioned, 'South Transept of the Cathedral, Peterborough', showing road through town with upturned cart and man lying against the wall of a cottage in foreground, right. 8/77 has faded considerably in relation to its pair. By Samuel Buckle.


K/PP107/8/79-80

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing substantial country or small town dwellings, house in background with conservatory attached, in foreground five people posing in front of thatched cottage. Pale sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/81-82

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph showing the parish church in Ketton, Rutland. Pale sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/83a, 8/84a

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of the parish church, Ketton, Rutland, with view of graveyard. Pale sepia tint.


K/PP107/8/83b, 8/84b

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of microscopic enlargement of fronds of moss or seaweed. Purple tint. Mounted on reverse of 8/83a, 8/84a.


K/PP107/8/85-86

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph, showing view from window across road to terrace of 4-5 storey Georgian buildings. Same terrace as 8/11b-12b taken from different angle. Signed by J Percy. Purple tint.


K/PP107/8/87-88

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscope photograph, showing view from window across road to terrace of 4-5 storey Georgian buildings. Identical shot to 8/85-86, though considerably lighter in tone. Signed by J Percy. Purple tint.


K/PP107/8/89-90

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a large ruinous building, probably a castle, surrounded by trees with a moat or stream in foreground. On single-sided mounts. Copper tint on single-sided mounts. Very fragile: CLOSED.


K/PP107/8/91-92

[1850-1880]

Charles Wheatstone: stereoscopic photograph

Right and left aspects of a mounted stereoscopic photograph of a river surrounded by trees. On single-sided mounts. Copper tint on single-sided mounts. Very fragile: CLOSED.

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