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LE DUE LETTERE DI W.H. Fox TALBOT ALLA LITERARY GAZETTE PRESENTATE DA G.B. AMICI ALL'ACCADEMIA DEI GEORGOFILI IN FIRENZE IL 13 FEBBRAIO 1842

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William Henry Fox Talbot, pioniere della fotografia e scopritore del metodo negativo-positivo, fu in corrispondenza con Giovanni Battista Amici, con fasi alterne, dal 1822 al 1844. Le sue lettere originali e le minute di Amici, conservate presso la Biblioteca Estense di Modena, vengono pubblicate qui per la prima volta integralmente.

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2003-01-01
2016-12-08

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