«Darkness and light» The proceedings of the ESHP Symposium, Oslo 1994


 Darkness and light omslag

Main subject – Landscape photography

Margaret Harker Farrand: Keynote: Landscape photography: documentation or art ?

Roger Taylor: Darkness and light. Approaching Victorian landscape

Karl Steinorth: German landscapes taken by Theodor and Oscar Hofmeister

Per Jonas Nordhagen: From national icons to tourist photography. Grand themes in the depiction of Norwegian scenery

Henrik Dupont: Aerial pictures as landscape photography. The danish collections at the Royal Library in Copenhagen

William Main: Landscape photography in New Zealand

Christine de Naeyer: Belgian landscape through the eyes of photographic commissions

François Méchain: The inescapable lure of landscape

Current topics

Eva Klerck Gange: John Olav Riise – in contact with cubism and surrealism

Giuliana Scimé: Eberhard Schrammen and Toni von Haken: the rediscovery of two Bauhaus masters

Anna Auer: Magic books and wishing-wand. A personal portrait of Josef Maria Eder (1855-1944)

Eva Dahlman: Pioners among woman photographers in Sweden. Bertha Valerius, Rosalie Sjøman and Lotten von Düben

Melinda B. Parsons: Nature, Social reform, and the «Elemental Purity» of Northern Landscape. Edward Steichen and Fritz Thaulow

Arne Eggum: «The camera cannot compete with brush and palette – as long as it cannot be used in heaven and Hell»

Jean-René Beguin: L`obsédant élément Sodium, ou quandle loup devora le chien

Svante Warfvinge: Adolf Søderstrøm, Swedish apothecary and amateur photographer

Jens Jaeger: Photographic societies in Britain in the 19th century. Structure and influence of the first amateur movement in the 1850s

Hideko and Etsuo Fujii: Restoration of faded colour photographic images by G.I.S. colour scann

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