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LECTURE 3: “LIGHT”
Daniel Chester French, “Head of Abraham Lincoln,” 1917 LEFT: as lit from below; RIGHT: as lit from above
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Joseph Niépce, “View from the Window at Le Gras,” 1827
Louis-Jacques Daguerre, “Paris Street,” 1839
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