I-10487.1 | Lt. Col. Maximilien Globensky, painting by Jean-Baptiste Roy-Audy, photographed for Globensky in 1864

 
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Lt. Col. Maximilien Globensky, painting by Jean-Baptiste Roy-Audy, photographed for Globensky in 1864
William Notman (1826-1891)
1864, 19th century
Silver salts on paper mounted on paper - Albumen process
8.5 x 5.6 cm
Purchase from Associated Screen News Ltd.
I-10487.1
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Musée McCord MuseumPublished by Musée McCord Museum on 2008-11-06 14:31:05
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Globe&SkyPublished by Globe&Sky on 2008-10-28 22:44:33

I believe this is a photograph of a portrait by Jean-Baptiste Roy-Audy. The subject is Lt.Col. Maximilien Globensky, who fought with de Salaberry (1812) and with the loyalist forces in the 1837 rebellions in St-Eustache.

Roy-Audy is known to have painted the portraits of August-Franz Globensky and Marie-Francoise Brousseau dit Lafleur (Maximilien's partents), circa 1840s.

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