William Friese Greene, English pioneer cinematographer, c 1919.

 
William Friese Greene, English pioneer cinematographer, c 1919.
4 0 c m
 
30cm
actual image size: 22cm x 32cm

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William Friese Greene (1855-1921) became interested in moving pictures in the 1880s, following a meeting with John Rudge, a maker of magic lanterns and slides. His first succesful picture, using celluloid film, was shown in public in 1890. His other experiments included three-dimensional and colour cinematography. He died almost penniles.

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