Batchelder & O'Neill: Portrait of Nicholas Chevalier

Batchelder & O'Neill: Portrait of Nicholas Chevalier
Between 1857 and 1863
Batchelder & O'Neill (Firm)

Carte de visite portrait of Nicholas Chevalier (1828-1902), taken between 1857 and 1863 by Batchelder and O'Neill of Melbourne.

The studio of Batchelder & O'Neill was located at 57 Collins Street East between the years of 1857 and 1863. Source of information: "Australians behind the camera", by Sandy Barrie (1995).

Inscriptions: Mount verso - top centre - Nich. Chevalier, artist; Mount verso - centre - Photographed by Batchelder & O'Neill, 57 Collins Street East, Melbourne.

Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).

Physical Description: Albumen print 9 x 5.1 cm on mount 10 x 6.3 cm

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Haast family: Collection / Portraits of scientists
1 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Albumen prints, Cartes de visite, Portraits, Albumen print 9 x 5.1 cm on mount 10 x 6.3 cm
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