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Charles Bergamasco (active 1860s-1870s)

Artist associated with 12 portraits
Born in Northern Italy, Charles Bergamasco moved to St Petersburg in the 1840s with his mother, a painter. He started as an actor at the French Theatre in St Petersburg but became interested in the daguerreotype process and went to Paris to study it. He returned to St Petersburg to open his own studio and after a few years became well known there and in Europe, winning prizes at exhibitions, photographing at many courts and receiving several decorations. He visited England in 1877 and took a number of photographs of Queen Victoia and her family.

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x20488

Giovanni Matteo de Candia (Mario)

by Charles Bergamasco
albumen carte-de-visite, mid 1860s-mid 1870s
NPG x20488

Ax39873

Olga, Queen of Greece

by Charles Bergamasco
albumen carte-de-visite, 1865 or after
NPG Ax39873

Ax46237

Adelina Patti

probably after Charles Bergamasco
albumen carte-de-visite, 1870s
NPG Ax46237

Ax18174

Adelina Patti

by Charles Bergamasco
albumen carte-de-visite, 1871
NPG Ax18174

x21723

Adelina Patti

by Charles Bergamasco
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1871
NPG x21723

Ax24186

Queen Alexandra

by Charles Bergamasco
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1876
NPG Ax24186

x135413

Queen Alexandra

by L. & Co, after Charles Bergamasco
chromolithograph, 1876
NPG x135413

Ax24172

King Edward VII

by Charles Bergamasco
albumen carte-de-visite, late 1870s
NPG Ax24172

x32938

King Edward VII

by Charles Bergamasco
hand-coloured albumen cabinet card, late 1870s
NPG x32938

x20126

Queen Victoria

by Charles Bergamasco
albumen cabinet card, 1877
NPG x20126

D33783

Marie Alexandrovna, Duchess of Edinburgh

by T. Rimanoczy, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by John Mitchell, after Charles Bergamasco
lithograph, published 23 January 1874
NPG D33783

x45079

Queen Alexandra

after Charles Bergamasco
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1876
NPG x45079

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