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A collection of Victorian stereoviews of Clifton Suspension Bridge and other significant bridges from across the globe are being conserved and digitised thanks to support from The Murless Fund (SANHS) and the Aurelius Charitable Trust.
In 2018 the archives of Adrian Andrews - an expert in the history of engineering and of the Clifton Suspension Bridge…Continue
Posted on March 18, 2019 at 21:27
Stephen Bulger Gallery is presenting Two Generations of Photography, its first exhibition of work by Minna Keene FRPS (b.Arolsen, Germany, 1861; d.Oakville, Canada, 1943) and Violet Keene Perinchief (b.Bath, UK, 1893; d.Oakville, Canada, 1987)
This exhibition brings together two generations of work by famed photographers from the early 20th…Continue
Posted on March 10, 2019 at 15:30
38 photographs taken by renowned Liverpool photographer, Edward Chambré Hardman in and around his Rodney Street home and studio are to go on display for the first time, four years after they were discovered by chance in the photographer’s darkroom.
The photos were developed from 23 rolls of film, found in the darkroom of the former…Continue
Posted on March 10, 2019 at 15:08
A blog posting by Weitian Liu, an Enlight Foundation scholar, pursuing an MPhil in History of Photography, describes the acquisition of some 900 negatives by James Pugh, AIBP. ARPS. between 1967 and 1972 which have been added to the St Andrews University Special Collection.
The negatives were bought at a car boot sale by the donor and mostly…Continue
Posted on March 7, 2019 at 18:26 — 1 Comment
Are you passionate about connecting museum collections and audiences? Across Science Museum Group, our curatorial team are committed to inspiring futures by sustaining and growing our world-class collection and delivering a creative and bold programme of outputs…Continue
Posted on March 6, 2019 at 17:12