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Joanna Sassoon commented on Michael Pritchard's blog post Exhibition: Still Lives - The Brunskill Collection at the Armitt and beyond
"One of the really wonderful uses of these photographs is how they are keeping alive regional traditional fishermen's knitting patterns."
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Publication: Agents of Empire. How E.L. Mitchell's photographs shaped Australia

For nearly 100 years, the Yorkshire migrant photographer Ernest Lund Mitchell’s emblematic photographs have shaped ideas about Australia. But who was Mitchell and why did he succeed above his competitorsWith unprecedented access to private collections and showcasing his extraordinary photographs, Agents of Empire charts Mitchell’s rise from his struggles as a migrant in New South Wales and Queensland to significant image-maker in Western Australia. It then follows the journeys of individual…See More
Apr 20
Roger Taylor left a comment for Joanna Sassoon
"Dear Joanna - only just picked up your request - apologies - but here I am having just completed the Linnaeus Tripe exhibition & catalogue. This opened at the National Gallery DC in September and will move to the Met and V&A in due…"
Oct 16, 2014
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Researching British expatriates

A group for people interested in British expatriates who photographed in their adopted countries, or were photographed in their adopted countries.See More
Feb 11, 2014
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Publication: Agents of Empire. How E.L. Mitchell's photographs shaped Australia

For nearly 100 years, the Yorkshire migrant photographer Ernest Lund Mitchell’s emblematic photographs have shaped ideas about Australia. But who was Mitchell and why did he succeed above his competitors

With unprecedented access to private collections and showcasing his extraordinary photographs, Agents of Empire charts Mitchell’s rise from his struggles as a migrant in New South Wales and Queensland to significant image-maker in Western Australia. It then…

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At 13:11 on October 16, 2014, Roger Taylor said…

Dear Joanna - only just picked up your request - apologies - but here I am having just completed the Linnaeus Tripe exhibition & catalogue. This opened at the National Gallery DC in September and will move to the Met and V&A in due course.

An eventful year marked by a triple bypass in April which went well and has me feeling better and with more energy than ever.

I hope you well and as busy as you need.

Roger 

 
 
 

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