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and a Prosperous New Year 2017
The Skylight Gallery #41 Auction...

Sale Closed June 16, 2016

80 Lots - Its raining Cats & Dogs! Plus Magic & Mystery, Chicago Machine Politics circa 1900, Daguerreotypes, CDVs, Unusual Cabinet Cards...
   The Skylight Gallery #40 Auction
Is Now Closed

Ended Dec. 15, 2015 at 10 PM EST

Thanks for your interest in 87 Lots of Daguerreotypes, Tintypes, CDVs, Cabinet Cards, and more...
The Skylight Gallery #39 Auction
Is Now Closed

Ended Nov. 20, 2014 at 10 PM EST

Thanks for your bids on 89 Lots of Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, Tintypes, Albumen Prints, and more...
A new special exhibit has been added to the website...

18 works by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe
Photo Chit-Chat #3:

Photo Chit-Chat Newsletter #3 (17 April 2010) is now online. Kevin Klein Creates Tintypes for Revue 'Tintypes in Motion', and more.   View it here.
Photo Chit-Chat #2:

Photo Chit-Chat Newsletter #2 (16 September 2009) features "Daguerreian Discovery: The Man with an Iron Bar through his Skull".  
Photo Chit-Chat #1:

Photo Chit-Chat Newsletter #1 (18 April 2009) features a review of photographs from the Yale Darwin exhibit.  
Auction Results Online:

Over 1000 items sold through past Skylight Gallery Auctions are now online. Listings include images, openings and hammer prices.   ...View them here.
The Special Exhibits Area is now open with Nine Exhibits:

Views of Bermuda  -  Alaska  -  Microphotography  -  Karl Blossfeldt  -  James Hill  -  Paris Metro  -  Laplanders  -  Cairo Cartes-de-Visite  -  Frank Meadow Sutcliffe
Image of the Day:

Model Engine

Contemporary half-plate ambrotype by Kevin Klein (2005). Together with a loose advertising sheet from Klein's studio bearing signature, date, title and copyright stamp. ...learn more about this print
Categories: | Alternative Process | Kevin Klein | Still-Life |


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