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Every Donkey has his Carte de Visite.

In 1854, a Frenchman, André Adolphe Eugène Disdéri, patented a new form of photograph called the carte de visite. These were small images, typically about 54 mm × 89 mm, mounted on thicker cards that measured 64 by 100 mm; about the same size as visiting-cards (literally, carte de visite). Disidéri’s invention meant that multiple copies […]

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Twenty Objects for Twenty Years: Christ on a Donkey, Germany, c.1480

By Paula Nuttall, Director of Late Medieval to Early Renaissance Year Course.

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