Studio Photographs

The most interesting period of studio photography artistically is considered by many to be between the 1860s and 1914, before the start of World War I in Europe. As studio photography came more and more into its own and became more and more viable commercially, the photographer developed different techniques and ways of displaying their client's image. This wasn't done just for creativity's sake, but also to create new types of product that would increase both business and profit.

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The THORNE family, c 1900.

This picture was taken about 1900 for the children's father who was about to depart for the Boer War. The following ages are approximate:
(L>R)
- Rosalind (10)
- Robert (9)
- William (7)
- George (12)
- Leonard (1)
- Isabella (33) (Mother)
- Ethel (5)
- Francis (3)



Owner/SourceBrian Scott
Linked to>SCOTT, Brian; Isabella Rose JAMES; Ethel THORNE; Francis Bertram THORNE; George Frederick THORNE; Leonard THORNE; Robert THORNE; Rosalind THORNE; William THORNE
AlbumsStudio Photographs

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