Post Mortem Photography

Collection by Barbie Zander

Barbie Zander
What an artistically composed photo this is of a woman and daughter documenting their mourning. Really impactful photo. I think this is a post mortem.the child looks dull in the eyes, and her feet don't look like they are bearing weight,

His Orphan, English Albumen Carte de Visite, Circa 1868

Copyright Ann Longmore-Etheridge Collection. "T. Bennett, Photographer, 46 Foregate Street and Church Street, Malvern." Bennett opened his studio in 1868 and this could not have been taken long afterward. This English carte de visite (CDV) is one of the most popular in my collection, if Flickr views and Pinterest re-pins equate to evidence, that is. It shows a young British widow—identifiable as such by the white ruching on her black bonnet—squatting in the background, having just propelled…

This site exists to discredit the idea of the Victorian standing post mortem photo. Post mortem photos do exist, but none of them are stand alone.

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How horribly sad this is

This pic just appeared on my pins he looks so similar to the child on this board it's eerie he's even in a wheelchair reincarnation

Victorian postmortem photography

Brittany Murphy was murdered by the illuminati. I'm sure it was a drug overdose that leg to her cardiac arrest which was the ultimate cause of death, but they inflicted it. Along with the guy from glee, marylin, elvis, etc.

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Memento mori - Richard Leon Joy, died at 21 days old, eyes painted onto eyelids for photo

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Haunting photographs of the dead taken in Victorian age

Known as post-mortem photography, some of the dearly departed were photographed in their coffin. This particular style, often accompanied by funeral attendees, was common in Europe, but less so in the United States.

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This site exists to discredit the idea of the Victorian standing post mortem photo. Post mortem photos do exist, but none of them are stand alone.

People In The 1800s Did THIS With Dead Bodies

When you think of the Victorian Era, what do you imagine? Horse drawn carriages? Modest (boring) dresses? Hoity-toity pomp and circumstance? Chances are, you haven’t given any consideration to what people in olden times did when it came to funerals. Unless, that is, you’re me. Turns out Victorians were actually massive weirdos by today’s standards....

Victorian post mortem photography of mother with twins.

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Post-Mortem Photography was an important part of dealing with the death of a loved one in the Victorian era. This article explains the fascinating truth behind the photos of the dead.

"I see dead people": Victorian post-mortem photography

There's a slightly macabre story about the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, a man so dissipated he expired from chronic alcoholism in his late 30s. (His last words purportedly were, "I've had eighteen straight whiskeys. I think that's the record.") Lionized in America, he found the seductions of the White Horse pub a little too much for him and keeled over with a brain hemorrhage. His widow Caitlin recalls that when his body was being shipped back to Wales for burial, some of the deckhands…

Is this a momento mori? The little one leaning against the mom doesn't look quite right.

2/15/06 Vintage Freebie 1

From my personal collection of ephemera, free printables for you to use in your mixed media/collage work! Also ok to use in your digital art as well. Even though i have non-profit only license set to these you may feel free to use these incorporated into artwork that you sell without asking me first. You may not: - Post these elsewhere as your own images. - Sell on collage sheets, on CD Collections, or as an indivdual image. Questions? Just Ask! Enjoy!