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Maskelyne & Cooks automaton, Psycho



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Maskelyne & Cooks automaton, Psycho

Maskelyne & Cooks thought-reading, whist playing automaton, Psycho, as demonstrated at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly, London

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1875 Automata Automaton Cook Cooke Illusion Invention Inventions Maskelyne Piccadilly Robot Robots Thought Turban Whist Psycho


21.5"x17.5" (55x44cm) Premium Frame

Introducing the captivating Maskelyne & Cook's automaton, Psycho, now available as a stunning framed print from Media Storehouse. This intriguing historical artifact is a must-have for collectors and enthusiasts of magic and illusion. The Maskelyne & Cook duo were renowned for their thought-reading automaton, Psycho, which was demonstrated at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly, London. This framed print, sourced from the esteemed Mary Evans Picture Library, showcases an exquisite image of this fascinating piece of history. Bring the mystery and wonder of the Victorian era into your home or office with this unique and conversation-starting framed print.

Framed and mounted 17x12 print. Professionally handmade full timber moulded frames are finished off with framers tape and come with a hanging solution on the back. Outer dimensions are 21.5x17.5 inches (546x444mm). Quality timber frame frame moulding (20mm wide and 30mm deep) with frame colours in your choice of black, white, or raw oak and a choice of black or white card mounts. Frames have a perspex front providing a virtually unbreakable glass-like finish which is easily cleaned with a damp cloth.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 41.8cm x 41.8cm (16.5" x 16.5")

Estimated Product Size is 54.6cm x 44.4cm (21.5" x 17.5")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
Maskelyne & Cook's Automaton, Psycho: A Peek into the Victorian World of Illusions and Inventions This photograph depicts the famous thought-reading automaton, Psycho, as demonstrated by the esteemed duo, Maskelyne & Cook, at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly, London, during the 1870s. The automaton, with its intricate design and mysterious aura, is a testament to the ingenuity and creativity of the Victorian era. Maskelyne & Cook, renowned for their illusion shows, presented Psycho as an extraordinary invention that could read the thoughts of men by observing their gestures and movements over a table spread with playing cards. The turbaned figure in the foreground, believed to be Cook, skillfully manipulates the automaton, while two men in suits, intrigued and amused, lean in for a closer look. The automaton, with its intricate mechanisms and complex workings, was a marvel of its time. The Victorian fascination with science, technology, and the supernatural is evident in the crowd gathered around the table, eager to witness this extraordinary spectacle. The Egyptian Hall, with its grandeur and historical significance, provided the perfect backdrop for this mind-boggling illusion. Psycho, a product of the 1870s, represents the intersection of science, magic, and entertainment during the Victorian era. This photograph offers a glimpse into a bygone era, where the boundaries between reality and illusion were blurred, and the imagination knew no limits. Maskelyne & Cook's Automaton, Psycho, remains an enduring symbol of the Victorian fascination with the unknown and the extraordinary.

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