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aqui se vê o pedestal atras das duas meninas provando que as duas estão mortas.

Post mortem photography: Morbid gallery reveals how Victorians took photos of their DEAD relatives posing on couches, beds and even in coffins

Fotografia post-mortem. Com a vulgarização da fotografia no século XIX, começou a ser uma necessidade nas famílias de classe alta guardar a memória das pessoas. No caso de um indivíduo falecer sem nunca ter sido fotografado, tirava-se uma fotografia ao seu cadáver, para que a memória do mesmo fosse preservada.

Lady Clementina Hawarden, one of Britain's first female photographers

The girls were frequently shot - often in romantic and sensual poses - in pairs, or, if alone, with a mirror or with their back to the camera. Hawarden's photographic exploration of identity, otherness, the doppelgänger and female sexuality, as expressed in the vast majority of these photographs, was incredibly progressive when considered in relation to her contemporaries, most notably Julia Margaret Cameron.

As moças estão (estavam) todas vivas, só o cão esta morto.

O fotógrafo capta a dor de quem fica, um olhar distante repleto de angústia de ser a única fotografia tirada...

Those backward Victorians

Mourning - backs to the camera. Someone in the know commented that this is probably an artistic (posed) photo. She noted that the woman in the middle is not wearing mourning clothes.

11 fotos de pessoas mortas que parecem estar vivas

Prática de retratar falecidos em situações cotidianas era comum nos primórdios da fotografia

Macabre, but true - Victorian death photos. Victorian era childhood mortality rates were extremely high, and a post-mortem photograph might have been the only image of the child the family ever had. T The subject was usually depicted so as to seem in a deep sleep, or else arranged to appear more lifelike. Children were often shown in repose on a couch or in a crib.

Bolivianos seguram caveiras em uma missa católica durante o Dia dos Crânios, no Cemitério Geral de La Paz. Bolívia

Lady Clementina Hawarden, one of Britain's first female photographers

Two of her three daughters pose in this shot. Photographs by Lady Clementina Hawarden