A current exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York showcases a little-known, playful, and funny form of Victorian art. Playing with Pictures: The Art of Victorian Photocollage features a collection of photocollages created by Victorian women (and a few men), in which they integrated photos of family members and friends with watercolour paintings, sketches, and writing to create strange new worlds. I wish I could see them in person! Roberta Smith gives the show a positive review in the New York Times, contextualizing the work within the history of photography. The article also features a slideshow of images. I would like to know more about how these photocollages, made primarily by upper-class women, were circulated within Victorian society. Not only are they wonderfully inventive, but they are frequently silly, and so may alter viewers’ perceptions of upper-class Victorian women’s staid pastimes.