“The Dryad” an autochrome taken around 1910.

An Edwardian autochrome by John Cimon Warburg. Warburg was a photographer who championed the early colour process
The Dryad by John Cimon Warburg is an autochrome, taken around 1910.
A Dryad was a tree-dwelling nymph from out of Greek mythology
Image Credit:Photograph by John Cimon Warburg/ Royal Photographic Society/ SSPL via Getty Images
Source: The Dryad – a picture from the past | Art and design | The Guardian

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