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Photograph (Albumen Print, Framed) of Henry Perigal, by Ramsden, Leeds, July 1884

Inventory Number: 13176
Object Type:
Persons: Ramsden (Photographer)
Henry Perigal (Subject)
Date Created: 1884
Place Created: Leeds England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 1949-10
Brief Description: Albumen print mounted on card, framed and glazed. Portrait of Henry Perigal, seated half length, turned slightly left but looking front. Strong sepia-brown colour. The photograph is about the size of a carte de visite. The elaborate black and (formerly) gilt frame is made of wood, plaster, and relief-decorated thin gilt brass, now darkened; a large ring is attached to the top edge for hanging. Richard Inwards' inscription on the back is remounted from earlier backing paper.
Primary Inscriptions: Inscribed on backing paper: 'Henry Perigal Esq | Born Apl. 1st- 1801 | Photographed by | Ramsden of [Ipswich crossed through] Leeds | July 1884 | presented to R Inwards by | Mr Perigal Sep 21 1884' [in Richard Inwards's hand].
Provenance: Presented by the Executors of G. H. Gabb in 1949. From the collection of Richard Inwards.
Collection Group: Gabb Collection
Material(s): Wood
Gilt
Paper
Board
Card
Glass
Metal
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
220 200 25 mm

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