Bertram Park

Bertram Park (1883-1972) developed an early interest in photography, having started his career working in his family’s business manufacturing artists materials. Park was one of the founding members of the London Salon of Photography in 1910, and in 1916 he...

Marcus Adams

Marcus Adams (1875-1959) had a 50-year career photographing children, and is best known as the royal photographer who broke the mould in royal portraiture. His images of a relaxed royal family shattered the tradition of only portraying royalty in staged, very stiff...

FJ Mortimer FRPS

Francis James (FJ) Mortimer FRPS (1874 – 1944) was one of the pioneers of pictorial photography, with the sea as his favourite subject. Born in Portsmouth, Mortimer was surrounded by the sailing life and he was often seen climbing up rocky cliffs or braving the...

Edward Linley Sambourne

Edward Linley Sambourne (1844 – 1910) was one of the founding members of The Camera Club, although he was best known for his work as a cartoonist for Punch magazine. Sambourne showed an early interest in art, having attended the South Kensington School of Art...

Alfred Horsley Hinton

Alfred Horsley Hinton (1863-1908) was a British pictorialist photographer and founding member of The Linked Ring, a groundbreaking photographic society whose purpose was to breakdown the common perception of the time that photography was not a true artform. The Linked...

Frank Sutcliffe

Francis Meadow (Frank) Sutcliffe (1853 – 1941) was a pioneer of pictorial photography, and spent many years documenting the lives of everyday people in the town of Whitby, England. Although he made a living as a portrait photographer, his most famous and enduring...
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