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Photographer and Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, Rose Teanby discusses the origins, background and impact of Robert Howlett’s iconic portrait of Isambard Kingdom Brunel by the launching chains of the SS Great Eastern.
Rose Teanby is a photographer specialising in portraiture and Associate of the Royal Photographic Society. Her portrait of shot putter and strongman Geoff Capes was acquired by National Portrait Gallery in 2015. She is the biographer of Robert Howlett and has written articles on him for Photo Historian (spring 2016, No. 175) and Royal Photographic Society Journal (January 2017, Volume 157). She featured in the BBC4 documentary Britain in Focus: A Photographic History, speaking about Howlett’s portrait of Brunel and is currently leading a project to restore his grave.
Public booking will open on Friday, 12 May 2017
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