ca. 1850’s, [daguerreotype portrait of a gentleman with his springer spaniel] via Charles Schwartz Photography

tuesday-johnson: ca. [daguerreotype portrait of a gentleman with his springer spaniel] via Charles Schwartz Photography

ca. 1860s, [ambrotype portrait of two dogs at their kennel] via I Photo Central, Contemporary Works/Vintage Works

[ambrotype portrait of two dogs at their kennel] via I Photo Central, Contemporary Works/Vintage Works

ca. 1850’s, [daguerreotype portrait of a girl with her dog, possibly a King Charles spaniel], Fontayne & Porter  via Stereographica, Antique Photographica

[daguerreotype portrait of a girl with her dog, possibly a King Charles spaniel], Fontayne Porter via Stereographica, Antique Photographica

Ninth plate Neff's Patent melainotype of two squirrels eating nuts or grain

early tintype - plate Neff's Patent melainotype of two squirrels eating nuts or grain

Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.  Roger Caras

Daguerreotype of dog owned by Sheldon K. Nichols, Things that Quicken the Heart: Animals in Art - Early Photographs

Portrait of a woman and girl with dog, ca. 1855. daguerreotype 1/4 plate (oval) Gift of Eastman Kodak Company EXHIBITION HISTORY: "French Daguerreotypy", US, NY, Rochester, GEH - Brackett Clark Gallery, February - June, 1977.//

Portrait of a woman and girl with dog, ca. 1855. daguerreotype 1/4 plate (oval) Gift of Eastman Kodak Company EXHIBITION HISTORY: "French Daguerreotypy", US, NY, Rochester, GEH - Brackett Clark Gallery, February - June, 1977.//

One of the first dog photographs ever taken, a daguerreotype, still in excellent condition, from the 1850s.  Love the bow and the expression.

1850 Poodle Daguerreotype

Poodle with Bow on Table by Anonymous American Photographer, Things that Quicken the Heart: Animals in Art - Early Photographs

English Springer Spaniels, Hunting Dogs, Daguerreotype, Vintage Photos, Plate, Dishes, Vintage Photography, Wolfhound, Vintage Typography

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