My aspirations are to ennoble Photography and to secure for it the character and uses of High art by combining the real & Ideal & sacrificing nothing of Truth by all possible devotion to Poetry & beauty. [Letter to Sir John Herschel, qtd. in Friedwald 50]
G. F. Watts's portrait of Julia Margaret Cameron, 1850-52, © National Portrait Gallery, London.
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