The Photographic Pioneer Portrait


Nov 8, 2017, 7:00 pm

Join us for a discovery of the Photographic Crayon Portrait, a unique art form from the late 19th Century. These portraits were started using cutting edge photography techniques of the late 1800's and finished off by a skilled artist to create a unique finished product. Just think, photoshop techniques have been around for 150 years! DiAnne Iverglynne, photo conservator and photographic history specialist, will present her research and discuss the impact of the portraits in the lives of 19th Century settlers in the Intermountain West.

This program is funded in part by a UH Quick Grant.

Utah State University

Utah State University Fine Arts Center
Room 264
Logan , UT 84322-3000
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Event Contact:

Sharon Johnson
sharons.johnson@comcast.net
(801)369-4437
www.cachedupmuseum.org

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