Count Stanisław Julian Ostroróg (1830 – 1890) was an early Polish professional portrait photographer. As a nine-year-old boy in Paris, Ostroróg is said to have met the distinguished physicist, astronomer and politician, François Arago (1786-1853), of the French Academie des Sciences who not only fired up his interest in optics and the new possibilities of photography, but whose request to…
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