sábado, 5 de julio de 2014

Las colecciones fotográficas del Patrimonio Nacional.Colecciones Reales, Palacio Real. Royal Heritage Photographic collections Documents. Royal Palace

Reportaje fotográfico realizado por William Atkinson, un ingeniero inglés que participó en la construcción del ferrocarril de Santander a Alar del Rey en el tramo de Reinosa a Alar. Las fotografías, fechadas entre 1855 y 1857, se consideran la colección de imágenes fotográficas más antiguas conocidas en nuestro país. Con ellas confeccionó un album que se entregó como regalo a la reina Isabel II, y se conserva en el Archivo General del Palacio Real (Madrid-Patrimonio Nacional). Son 86 fotos sobre cartulina, realizadas utilizando el sistema del colodión húmedo. De ellas 48 son estereoscópicas. 

Es otro buen documento de Dña. Reyes Utrera que nos muestra esta faceta de coleccionismo fotográfico de la casa real española

.........Dentro de los grandes tesoros que se custodian en la Real Biblioteca, y formando parte de uno de los capítulos más interesantes de la Real Colección de Fotografía, se encuentran en torno a un centenar de publicaciones, entre libros y folletos, ilustradas con positivos fotográficos originales1. Dado que, pese a la importancia tanto de los álbumes fotográficos como de los libros ilustrados, como formas de presentación del material fotográfico, no han sido objeto de estudios en profundidad, y puesto que nos encontramos ante un corpus bibliográfico de notable interés,........





En (google translator)
The Royal Collection of Photography. Introduction to the knowledge of a historical collection. Excellent article by Ms. Reyes Utrera with numerous photos.

     National Heritage Collection (Royal Palace)

Photo report by William Atkinson, an English engineer who was involved in building the railway to Santander Alar del Rey tranche Reinosa Alar. The photographs, dated between 1855 and 1857, are considered the oldest collection of photographic images known in our country. With them he drew up an album that was given as a gift of Queen Elizabeth II, and is preserved in the General Archives of the Royal Palace (Madrid-Patrimonio Nacional). There are 86 photos on cardboard, made ​​using the wet collodion system. Of these 48 are stereoscopic.

     Books illustrated with original photographs in the Royal Library

It is another good document of Ms. Reyes Utrera that shows this facet of collecting photographs of the Spanish royal family

......... Among the great treasures that are kept in the Royal Library, and part of one of the most interesting chapters in the Royal Collection of Photography, are around a hundred publications, including books and pamphlets, illustrated with photographic positives originales1. Since, despite the importance of both the photo albums and picture books, such as presentations of photographic material, have not been studied in depth, and since we have a considerable body of literature of interest .. ......

     Issue related to this is the photographic work of Infante D. Sebastián Grabriel of Bourbon, who was also a great collector of paintings (The collection of paintings of Gabriel Infante Don Sebastian)

     Daguerreotype of the collodion. See page 20
      See BNE.
     On the other hand ...... works there were photographs came from the Royal Library as photoMemories the visit of Their Majesties and AA.RR. the provinces of Andalusia and Murcia ... by Clifford C. (1862)
     Complementing National Heritage Masterpieces