When photos become art: London show honors Victorian pioneers

From Alice teetering on the edge of Wonderland to Charles Darwin mumbling into his beard, London's National Portrait Gallery is exhibiting a rare selection of works by four pioneering Victorian photographers. Lewis Carroll was not only a mathematician and children's author but also a ground-breaking photographer. The "Victorian Giants" show displays some of the photographs he took of young Alice Liddell, the muse behind his fantastical novel "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", along with her brothers and sister. Carroll was friends with three other Victorian "giants", who inspired each other to push the boundaries of the latest art form to produce sublime portraits...Keep on reading: When photos become art: London show honors Victorian pioneers

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