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A few show indications of being earlier work created in St Andrews before the partnership; they may have been done by Robert Adamson alone, or possibly even by his brother Dr John Adamson or his colleagues.A few can be proven to have been taken after Adamson's terminal illness or death, presumably by Hill acting alone, or in concert with a temporary partner.Music played in this segment: Track Title: Le chant des oyseaux Artist: Ensemble Clement Janequin Composer: Janequin CD Title: Clement Janequin: Le Chant des Oyseaux Record Co/Number: Harmonia Mundi HMC 90 1099Track Title: Golden Years last movt.The Library's Hill and Adamson collection consists of original calotype negatives and salted paper prints, later carbon prints, glass copy negatives, some equipment and some manuscript information.The collection contains 468 salted paper prints dating from the 1840s.Many of the 444 individual prints were extracted in the past from albums; 24 additional original prints remain bound in a very scarce volume on St Andrews.An exceptional collection of historic photographs dating from the earliest days of photography and including over 600 works from pioneers such David Octavius Hill, Robert Adamson, James Ross (d.1878) and John Thomson are to be shared with the public at a major exhibition next year.
It is slightly larger than usual and in better condition that a lot of the Chinese photos that I have seen lately. A collection of Roger Fenton’s photographs taken in 1855 during the Crimean War is currently being exhibited at the Queen’s Gallery at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh.Most were taken in Edinburgh or in nearby locations such as Linlithgow (see photograph above: HA0502) and Newhaven.Some were taken in St Andrews, Glasgow, York and Durham.Three negatives made in South Africa have been positively identified as having been taken by Charles Piazzi Smyth.When he became Astronomer Royal for Scotland in 1845, Smyth took charge of the Royal Observatory on Calton Hill, immediately above Hill & Adamson's Rock House studio.
The exhibition is entitled Shadows of War and it is on until November 4th.