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At 16:30 on July 19, 2010, Roland Belgrave said…

Funnily enough i collected Mr Ludgrove's business card from the Palace at Christmas but i never got a reply!

At 13:15 on July 19, 2010, Roland Belgrave said…

I think your project sounds superb, really great idea. I am very familiar with the people of India publication and have some of the photos here for sale.

For this particular show there are very few portraits i am afraid. It is a very basic show aimed at entering the market there. Photography as a collectable item is still very new in India but i am confident this will change.

I am in the process of accumulating good Indian portraits for a French publication so if you see any 19th century Indian portraits and Maharajas for sale i am very interested.

You should pass by the gallery and pick up a catalogue of mine, Face to Face, many portraits in there.

At 12:34 on July 19, 2010, Roland Belgrave said…

Sorry if it is not very clear but the exhibition is touring India and i attached the link to the catalogue

If this is a little out of the way in regards to British Historical Photography i can understand however for me it is very British in the sense that this is India when we were there.

At 17:35 on February 24, 2010, Michael Pritchard said…
Hi, Jason. These are interesting photographs but unless I am missing something they're a bit off subject from British photographic history...I'm happy to approve them if you can tell me what the historical perspective is...


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