6 edition of The American tintype found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-251) and index.
|Statement||Floyd Rinhart, Marion Rinhart & Robert W. Wagner.|
|Contributions||Rinhart, Marion., Wagner, Robert W.|
|LC Classifications||TR375 .R56 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||98049828|
The Atlantic recently featured a post on tintype photography and a short video about Harry Taylor, a modern professional photographer who uses the technique in his own work.I found the process interesting and the images striking, so I wanted to share a little of the history, and the video, with you. Tintype photography developed as an alternative to daguerreotypes and ambrotypes. Tintypes were often in use by photographers producing fast, cheap portraits on the street or at public fairs. Tintypes are most associated with the American Civil War as they were at their most popular during this time and were used to document its battle sites and soldiers. Storage Environment Allowable Fluctuation: ±2°F; ±5% RH.
The American Antiquarian Society's photograph collection includes over two hundred tintypes. Tintypes, also known as ferrotypes or melainotypes, were produced from . Art Tintype Book The Painted Backdrop by Jim Linderman By the same author as old time religion, The Painted Backdrop: Behind the Sitter in American Tintype Photography is now available. The previously untold story of 19th century painters and their influence on American photography during the tintype era.
American tintypes cost less than a penny to produce, and became big business. Dated and Canceled Revenue Stamp found on reverse of Civil War era tintype photograph. The photographer would mark or date it, this "cancelling" it in some fashion. Sixth plate tintype, Lincoln's cheeks, and lips delicately tinted, with brass mat and preserver, lacking a case, ca Perhaps one of the best known -- and rarest -- portraits of Lincoln is this image of the beardless lawyer dressed in a white linen suit.
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Product details Hardcover: pages Publisher: Ohio State University Press; 1 edition (June 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x 10 inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: out of 5 5/5(1).
A history of the ferrotype or tintype in American photography, from its origin in the s until Schimmelman, Professor of Art History, presents a history of the technological development of the tintype and its manufacture, and touches upon a number of issues relating to the cultural and social aspects of the tintype/5(3).
The American Tintype Floyd Rinhart, Marion Rinhart, and Robert W. Wagner Foreword by W. Robert Nix: 6/21/ pp. 6x9 $ cloth Add cloth to shopping cart Shopping Cart Instructions Review/Change Shopping Cart & Check-out “The American Tintype is an essential book for anyone interested in understanding American photography.
The neglect, by scholars, of this subject is. Buy The American Tintype by Floyd And Marion Rinhart online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $Price Range: $ - $ The History and the Process.
Preface to the Tintype. The Ohio Pioneers of the Tintype. Making the Tintype. Finishing, Coloring, and Advertising the Tintype. Tintype Formats and Mountings. The Traveling Tintypist. The Industry, the Amateur, and the Art --pt. A Victorian Family Tintype Album: Glimpses of American Life.
This richly illustrated volume on the uses and historical importance of the tintype The American tintype book from the premier collectors of 19th century photographic memorabilia, Floyd and Marion Rinhart.
A thoughtfully researched and comprehensive volume, though not to be confused with a technical manual. 2 days ago Vines deeply moving work is the subject of a new photography book, Hanging Tree Guitars, with tintype images by Timothy Duffy and essays by Zoe Van Buren [ ] READ THE REST.
Get this from a library. America and the tintype. [Steven Kasher; Geoffrey Batchen; Karen Halttunen; International Center of Photography.] -- One of the most intriguing and little studied forms of nineteenth-century photography is the tintype.
Introduced in as a low-cost alternative to the daguerreotype and the albumen print, the. Vines deeply moving work is the subject of a new photography book, Hanging Tree Guitars, with tintype images by Timothy Duffy and essays by Zoe Van Buren and Lonnie Holley. A nice thoughtful review of my book The Painted Backdrop: Behind the Sitter in American Tintype Photography appears on the Art Site Ululating Undulating Ungulate by Deanna.
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Corral on Octo Quite rare and ideal for anyone interested in history of the American West. Size: tintype " L x " W ( cm x cm); article " L x " W ( cm x cm). This $2 tintype could be worth over $5 million.
Photo by Kagin’s. Collecting vintage photographs can be a voyage of discovery. Just like with books. The Library of Congress has released an amazing collection of almost images of framed, Civil War-era tintypes and ambrotypes.
I’ll stick a few under the fold, but you really should click over and browse the set. (Someone should make a book.) A while back I bought America and the Tintype [amazon], by Steven Kasher. Available NOW. The Painted Backdrop: Behind the Sitter in American Tintype Photography The previously untold story of 19th century painters and their influence on American photography during the tintype era.
Never before examined in detail, the book contains over 75 rare, unpublished original tintype photographs from the Jim Linderman collection. A Grammy nominated writer and collector. This listing is for the leather photograph album with 45 photos (tintype/CDV).
Book measures approx 5"x6"x" thick. All of photos that we were able to see the backs of, are from Lebanon. We are not able to check all photos. Included ar (some are identified)e: 1. tintype man 2. tintype young boy john 3. tintype young boy henryEnd date: THE PAINTED TINTYPE: A tintype or ferrotype is a photograph made by creating a direct image onto a thin sheet of metal (there is no negative).
From roughly onwards tintypes saw a popularity through all social classes, as they were inexpensive, and quick and easy to make. Tintypes This inexpensive photo process was similar to the Ambrotype, but instead of using a glass plate, the tintype image was processed on a thin sheet of blackened iron – not tin.
The name might come from the fact that tin shears were used to cut the iron plate. Time period: Introduced in and popular until about But tintype.
About the Book Charles Tremear was the first professional tintype photographer at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan. The studio was built in Greenfield Village in and Tremear made protraits of visitors to the museum and village until his death in She is a scholar of nineteenth-century American art and photography.
Her research has been published by the American Philosophical Society, the American Antiquarian Society, Oak Knoll Press, G. Hall, and the Winterthur Portfolio. She is the author of The Tintype in America and American Photographic Patents. In the tintype era, you could pose for multiple images in one sitting, so why the copy?
The photographer nailed it to a wall and made a duplicate of the original. It’s a curious bit of photo history, but unfortunately not one that helps Barbara identify who’s who. Historical Facts Invented: The tintype (also referred to as Ferrotype or Melainotype) was patented by Hamilton Smith in in the United States.
Main Period of Use: Throughout the 19th popular with street photographers, particularly during the American Civil War. Historic Practioners: The process was commonly used by portraitists and street photographers.[Post war soldier wearing white cross belt, oval US buckle, double breasted coat, epaulets, shako red, white and blue pompom, holding rifle with fixed bayonet, wearing gloves, painted backdrop] 1 photograph: quarter-plate tintype, hand-colored ; 12 x 8 cm (paper mat) | Photograph shows an African American in military uniform, standing, full-length, before a studio backdrop.