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F. Benedict Herzog

American, (1859–1912)
Felix Benedict Herzog was an American electrical engineer, patent attorney, artist and photographer. A painter, he had been a pupil of Frederick Rondel (1826-1892), and was a member of the Art Students League of New York. He was especially interested in photography, technical and artistic. Herzog was the inventor of photographic appliances. His image, Tale of Isolde, was the first pictorial photograph admitted by an art society in full equality with paintings.

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