Pietro Marubi (1834 – 1903) was an Italian painter and photographer who, as a supporter of Garibaldi, had emigrated from Piacenza, Italy, to Shkodra for political reasons around the year 1850. There, he founded a photo business, Foto Marubi, with cameras he had brought with him, using the wet plate collodion process, the standard method of photography across Europe. The…
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- Historic Victorian Era Cabinet Cards (1870s to 1880s) from the collection of John S. Rochon @ flickr. The cabinet card…
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