John Tyler Morand, Augustus  (American)

This popular magazine began to publish engravings after ‘Daguerreotype Miniatures’ in the the August 1842 issue. From 1844 on, a great many illustrations after daguerreotypes appeared in American journals and books. A number of competent artists translated the images onto steel plates for printing, using line, stipple, and mezzotint engraving techniques.

Reproduced / Exhibited

Photographic Art-Journal (New York) 1:4 (April 1851): 237–39. The lithograph portrait serves as the frontispiece for the issue.


THE DAGUERREOTYPE: AN ARCHIVE OF SOURCE TEXTS, GRAPHICS, AND EPHEMERA The research archive of Gary W. Ewer regarding the history of the daguerreotype EWER ARCHIVE P8510014

D. P. Kidder, “Augustus Morand the Daguerrean Art,” February 1851
(keywords: Augustus Morand, Jr., Rev. Daniel Parish Kidder, James R. Chilton, Junius Brutus Stearns, Tithonotype,
132 Chatham, Henry Inman, history of the daguerreotype, history of photography)