Introduction
Oscar Gustave Rejlander (Stockholm, 1813 – Clapham, London, 18 January 1875) was a pioneering Victorian art photographer and an expert in photomontage. His collaboration with Charles Darwin on The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals has assured him a position in the history of behavioural science and psychiatry.
Wikidata
Q725390
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Introduction
Photographer who advocated the use of photography as an aid to artists. He used photography himself to explore how facial expressions can reveal psychological states. He often relied on the use of composite prints, made from multiple negatives.
Nationalities
British, English, Swedish, Scandinavian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter, Photographer
Names
Oscar Gustave Rejlander, Oscar Gustav Rejlander, O. G. Rejlander
Ulan
500030901
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