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CAMDEN LOCK BY ALVIN LANGDON COBURN – Photograph, the bridge over Regent's Canal, Camden Lock, c.1900-1909 | Shop now at surfaceview.co.uk

Museum of London | Collections | Surface View

Photograph, the bridge over Regent's Canal, Camden Lock, . Our wall murals bring stunning imagery to life on a large scale.

Gustave Le Gray

Gustave Le Gray, (French Un effet de soleil (An Effect of the Sun), Normandy ca. Albumen print from wet collodion negative

The Pool - Evening | Steichen, Edward |

The Pool - Evening

Steichen Edward, The Pool, Evening, Museum Number

Today we pay tribute to the 80% of the British population that were living a rural life in 1837. In just a few short decades industrialization would lead many of them to seek fortune in fast growing towns and cities. Were your family city dwellers or country folk?

Today we pay tribute to the of the British population that were living a rural life in In just a few short decades industrialization would lead many of them to seek fortune in fast growing towns and cities. Were your family city dwellers or country folk?

Robert Demachy: Jack and his Dog, MFA-Boston

Robert Demachy Robert Demachy was a prominent French Pictorial photographer of the late and early century.

Winds during the Shackleton Expedition, Antarctica, by Frank Hurley c.1915

Blizzard at Cape Denison, Antarctica Whetter & Close trying to get ice for drinking water from glacier adjacent to the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE) winter quarters; photo by Frank Hurley, 1912 via: New South Wales State Libary

Charles Job

PhotoSeed, a privately owned photographic archive whose mission statement is Bringing to Light the Growth and Artistic Vision of & Century Photography, is a comprehensive resource examining all aspects of artistic photography from this era.

Gisèle Freund - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England 1935

Gisèle Freund :: Rue de la Pluie, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1935

When Photos Looked Like Paintings: 27 Dreamy Landscape Photographs Taken by Leonard Misonne ~ vintage everyday

Belgian photographer Leonard Misonne trained as an engineer before discovering photography. Raised in Gilly, Belgium, the photographer traveled throughout his homeland and beyond to capture the landscape and people of Europe in the Pictorialist style.

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