An exhibition of the earliest photographs of Upper Burma, by Linnaeus Tripe, is on view at Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs. Linnaeus Tripe: Views of Burma presents more than 20 salt prints from waxed paper negatives made in 1855. This will be the first time the photographs are on view in the United States. Highlights in the exhibition include memorable images of pagodas and temples, landscapes, and monumental sculptures of Buddhas and dragons.
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