Monday, November 28, 2016

Back Page - The Fringed Chair.


Man

Browsing pictures the other day looking at the variety of studio props, these Fringed Chairs were recurring often. Here, from the back pages of LOST GALLERY are all that could be found, collected on one page.

Boy with dress

NEW ADDITIONS

Tintype couple

Tintype three men
Tintype of Small Boy
Tintype woman

Tintype woman with fringed chair
Tintype Three Young Men
Tintype family

Girl
Boy with Hat
Man seated
Man with chair

CDV from Charles Young NY
This one might be just a pillow.
Baby
CDV Baby

Tintype: A boy, a girl and then another girl.
Girl in fringed chair
woman in fringed chair
Tintype woman with fringed chair

Man and fringe chair
Woman with Fringed Chair
Cabinet Card
Okay, I see it. It's a table. Even more impractical.

Cabinet Card portrait
Man with fringed chair
Tintype two boys

CDV boy with hat and coat
CDV Woman and Fringe Chair
Cabinet Card

CDV couple
RPPC Two Children, big bows
CDV Man Seated


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You are probably not authorized to see these.
Don't take my picture! Oh! You DID didn't you! completely unaware of the photographer This is a collection of photographs that disappear on the way home from the photo processing shop.
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It is always a mystery to us how a photograph of any of these precious children could end up lost or abandoned. Here are a few.
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A curious story.
What do you see?
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"What are they doing?"

2 comments:

  1. They are the strangest chairs. They look like dreadlocks.

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  2. It’s an odd piece of furniture. Not very attractive either. I don’t think I have ever seen one outside of a studio portrait photograph.

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