Diableries has 88 ratings and 6 reviews. Forrest said: Let’s get the obligatory cataloging information out of the way first, shall we?Diableries: Stere. Les Diableries is the title of a series of stereoscopic photographs published in Paris during the s. The photographs, commonly known as stereoviews, portray sculpted clay vignettes which depict scenes of daily life in Hell. Pellerin (), Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell, London Stereoscopic Company. ‘Diableries – Stereoscopic Adventures In Hell’ was published on 31 October , The book is a study of ‘Diableries’, which are French stereo cards produced.
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Brian May “Diableries – Stereoscopic Adventures In Hell” book
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In France, aroundfrom the loins of a adventjres national fascination with sterfoscopic things diabolical, was born a new sensation – a series of visionary dioramas depicting life in a strange parallel universe called ENFER – Hell – communicated to an eager audience by means of stereoscopic cards, to be view A devilish s sensation – finally unleashed on the 21st century! The scenes depicted in these Diableries were made in clay, on a table-top, with amazing skill, by a small bunch of gifted sculptors, and then photographed with a stereo camera.
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But this book enables all but two of the diablfries to be enjoyed just as their creators intended, in magnificent 3-D, using the high-quality patent OWL stereoscopic viewer supplied. Jack rated it it was amazing Jul 29, The book contains pages and full colour photographs, and comes in a slipcase with an ‘Owl’ stereoscope viewer. Blair Clark rated it liked it Nov 15, Jan 26, Forrest rated it it was amazing Shelves: His son, Alphonse Benjamin, had died of ln while en route to the Crimean War, and the government, it seems, did not notify the family in a timely manner.
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Behind this pair of prints stereoscooic added a layer of tissue paper, which hid the ‘works’ to the rear surface of the view. Jun 20, Mills College Library added it.
The Diableries were a collection of Stereoscopic cards produced in France – made by photographing a tableaux created from sculpted miniatures – which became hugely popular during wtereoscopic latter-half of the 19th Century. Carlos Smith rated it it was amazing May 24, Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell by Brian May.
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We are told, in the historical section at the back of the book, that most French schools skip right over this period when teaching French history. The cards depict scenes from Heaven, Hell and Purgatory, but are filled with sardonic wit and topical humour that poke a lot of fun at the social and political climate of the era. The same image as above but in stereoscopic format.
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In France, aroundfrom the loins of adventuees traditional national fascination with all things diabolical, was born a new sensation — a series of visionary dioramas depicting life in a strange dtereoscopic universe called ENFER — Hell — communicated to an eager audience by means of stereoscopic cards, to be viewed in the stereoscopes which had already become popular in the s.
Contents include an introductory preface written by May, a section revealing “The Magic of Stereo Photography,” detail pages including Diableries dioramas taking place in hell, usually, and featuring Satan and his minionsa timeline, a section on “Peripheral Diableries,” which don’t quite fit into the formally-recognized diableries, a section giving instructions on how to take stereo photographs with your cell phone!
Napoleon was a notorious womanizer who admitted remaining faithful to his wife for only six months after their marriage. Denis Pellerin, dedicated photohistorian, was a teacher for over 30 years and has been interested in photography since the age of ten.
Diableries – Stereoscopic Adventures In Hell
Kieran Dunn rated it it was amazing Nov 19, Visit the West Licht Gallery in Vienna for this once in a lifetime display of best women photographers who shaped the social documentary genre. Iris Tower rated it it was amazing Oct 25, Submit your spooky themed analogue shots here. Return to Book Page. In one scene, a castle is represented which, to those who know the place, is modeled after a chateau gifted by the Emperor to one of his many mistresses. But let’s not lose sight of the fact that this is a book about Satan.
A devilish s sensation – finally unleashed on the 21st century! Valeria Quintana rated it it was amazing Feb 25, Eric rated it it was amazing Oct 15, Each box contained 12 cards.
Ridernyc rated it really liked it May 16, A visual feast yet the writing is simply top notch and delightful. When one understands the symbols used adfentures some of the situations represented, the book takes on a more. Well anyway, for those not familiar with this marvellous device, you would insert cardboard discs into a slot at the top and, by carefully holding your ugly lump of red plastic up to the light and peering into the viewing holes, could see stereoacopic pictures – even licensed scenes from your favourite cartoons – in three dimensions.
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