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Author Hudson, Giles.

Title Sarah Angelina Acland : first lady of colour photography, 1849-1930 / Giles Hudson.

Published Oxford [UK] : Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, 2012.

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 UniM Bail  770 ACLA/ HUDS    AVAILABLE
Physical description 303 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 29 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 289-291) and index.
Summary "Sarah Angelina Acland (1849-1930) is one of the most important photographers of the late Victorian and early Edwardian periods. Daughter of the Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford, she was photographed by Lewis Carroll as a child, along with her close friend Ina Liddell, sister of Alice of Wonderland fame. The critic John Ruskin taught her art and she also knew many of the Pre-Raphaelites, holding Rossetti's palette for him as he painted the Oxford Union murals. At the age of nineteen she met the photographer Julia Margaret Cameron, whose influence is evident in her early work. Following in the footsteps of Cameron and Carroll Miss Acland first came to attention as a portraitist, photographing the illustrious visitors to her Oxford home. In 1899 she then turned to the fledgling field of colour photography. Specializing in the 'Sanger Shepherd process', she became the leading colour photographer of the day. Her colour photographs were regarded as the finest that had ever been seen by her contemporaries, several years before the release of the Lumière Autochrome system, which she also practiced"--Book jacket.
Other author Acland, Sarah Angelina, 1849-1930.
Subject Acland, Sarah Angelina, 1849-1930.
Women photographers -- England -- Biography.
Photographers -- England -- Biography.
Color photography -- England -- History.
ISBN 9781851243723 (hbk.)
1851243720 (hbk.)