Vol. 27 No. 2 (2019)
Articles

Daguerréotype et calotype : la restauration de Notre-Dame de Paris

Barbara Mazza
Chercheuse indépendante
Published July 13, 2020
Keywords
  • Calotype,
  • daguerreotype,
  • Viollet-le-Duc,
  • Lassus,
  • Daguerre,
  • Lerebours,
  • von Martens,
  • Fizeau,
  • Marville,
  • Talbot,
  • Le Gray,
  • Le Secq,
  • Girault de Prangey,
  • Nègre,
  • Baldus,
  • Bayard,
  • Frères Bisson
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How to Cite
Mazza, B. (2020). Daguerréotype et calotype : la restauration de Notre-Dame de Paris. Restauro Archeologico, 27(2), 108-135. https://doi.org/10.13128/rar-8865

Abstract

For the first time it is constituted and critically organized - through philological analysis on a documentary basis (Archives Nationales, MAP, MAD, BnF), the correction, the integration (even of little-known and not studied elements) and the interpretation of data (sometimes incorrect even in official French sites) - a reconstruction of non-secondary aspects of the nineteenth-century restoration of Notre-Dame de Paris, coming to be able to verify the state of things before the restoration and the progression of the site.

A fundamental source is the corpus of photographs - daguerreotypes and calotypes - which has never been reconstructed with such completeness, even verifying and innovating attributions, datings, and subjects. The corpus includes photographic documents of all major protagonists of the first hour of photography, from the inventors Daguerre and Talbot, to the photographers of the MIssion héliographique (especially Bayard and Le Secq), to Girault de Prangey, to the Bisson, to Nègre

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