A Modern Vision: Charles Bayliss, Photographer, 1850-1897

National Library Australia, 2008 - 62 pages
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Charles Bayliss was probably one of Australia's greatest nineteenth-century photographers. In his day, Bayliss's work was highly regarded and he received numerous prestigious government commissions. His photography has been praised since but, in contemporary terms, Bayliss has not yet received his due. This beautiful publication, drawing on the National Library of Australia exhibition of the same name, is the first to highlight the various strands of Bayliss's photographic practice.

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Helen Ennis is a senior lecturer in art theory at the Australian National University School of Art. She was formerly the curator of photography at the National Gallery of Australia and has also independently curated exhibitions at the National Portrait Gallery, the National Library of Australia, and the Art Gallery of South Wales. She is also the author of "Margaret Michaelis: love, loss, and photography" and "Intersections: Photography, History, and the National Library of Australia,"

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