Nineteenth-century photographs from the collection of Jay McDonald is on view at Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs, the second part of a two-part exhibition, through November 20, 2015. The show presents landscape photographs by some of the early masters, including Édouard Baldus, Adalbert Cuvelier, Roger Fenton, Charles Nègre, and Joseph, vicomte Vigier. The first part of the exhibition, earlier this year, featured early architectural views from the McDonald collection. Jay McDonald, based in Santa Monica, California, began collecting photographs in the 1970s and has built one of the most impressive private collections of 19th-century photographs in the U.S. He...
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