William Notman’s Studio; The Canadian Picture
The Canadian photographer William Notman and his empire of photographic studios, initiated in 1856, are the focus of this study by Stanley Triggs. Over a period of 78 years, more than 400,000 photographs were taken by the Montreal studio alone, and Triggs presents a fascinating and detailed picture of how this was achieved. Previous publications about Notman and his work are no longer in print, making William Notman's Studio a particularly valuable exposition of Canadian iconographic images.
- Published by the McCord Museum
- Bilingual (French and English)
- Black and white images
- 29 pages
- Written by Stanley G. Triggs