Infant Photography Giving the Painter an Additional Brush  

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Infant Photography Giving the Painter an Additional Brush (c.1856) by Oscar Gustave Rejlander.

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Infant Photography Gives the Painter an Additional Brush[1] (c.1856) is a photo by Oscar Gustave Rejlander. The photo is an illustration of the ambivalent relationship between painting and photography.

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