Pensive Girl Stereoview c1905 Pretty Lady Woman Moody Serious Lamp Portrait N109 For Sale
Pensive Girl Stereoview c1905 Pretty Lady Woman Moody Serious Lamp Portrait N109:
Published by Truman Ward Ingersoll (1862-1922). He started releasing these sort of half-tone lithoviews in 1900.
This is a stereoview (also known as a stereograph or stereoscope card). It is one of the first forms of 3D photography. The images were captured with a special stereoscopic camera, which has two lenses - simulating the view of our left and right eyes. The two, nearly identical pictures are then mounted next to each other (most commonly on a piece of cardstock, glued on as photographs or printed as lithographs). The image can then be seen in three dimensions when viewed through a device known as a stereoscope, stereopticon, and/or televiewer.
Standard-size stereograph, measuring about 3.5 x 7 inches.
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