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Robert Adamson

Robert Adamson was a Scottish chemist and pioneer photographer at Hill & Adamson. He is best known for his pioneering photographic work with David Octavius Hill and producing some 2500 calotypes, mostly portraits, within 5 years after being hired by Hill in 1843, before his life was cut short. Read more from Wikipedia →

Works by this artist in other museums: the Museum of Modern Art in New York.