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In painting as in literature, the archaeological imagination should again be distinguished from the historical imagination. Nineteenth-century painters Fig. 2. Hans Holbein the Younger, The Ambassadors (1533). ²⁸ In 1858, the year depicted in Dyce’s painting, human remains had been found alongside those of extinct animals at Brixham Cave in Devon. See Stocking, Victorian Anthropology, 73–4. ²⁹ History painting, however, required that a historical or classical scene be reconstructed in all of its speciﬁcity, as if the artist (and by extension, the viewer) were really there, transported by a time machine.
G. S. Crawford, both of which publications placed a high premium on visual imagery; guidebooks including the Shell Guides and the ‘Homeland Illustrated’ series; and illustrated books such as The Bombed Buildings of Britain. Sometimes types of photographs, individual photographs, or the works of a particular photographer occur in more than one of these sources, and I have paid particularly close attention to the migration of images from one context to another, and to how meanings might be shared or altered in the process.
A consideration of photography in relation to Neo-Romanticism has several facets. First, it was through the mass media of photography and ﬁlm that speciﬁc photographers such as Brandt and Edwin Smith, along with ﬁlm-makers like the Archers and David Lean, propagated a Neo-Romantic aesthetic to a broad audience. In addition, painters such as Nash and Piper took photographs, which performed a number of functions. Sometimes they were seen by their makers as art objects in their own right, sometimes they were taken in preparation for a painting; sometimes they accompanied published writings; at other times these artists used photography (both their own and others’) as a kind of visual notebook, or documentation.
America's mountain soldiers : the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) by Samuel Katz