Marcus Adams

'[?Essinghine Cork] a clever photographer', 1916

Warm-toned matt gelatin silver print, 11½ x 7 in., signed and dated in pencil on recto, mounted on card, titled in pencil on mount.
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This could possibly be a portrait of H. Essenhigh Corke who was considered to be one of the best-known professional photographers of the younger generation. He exhibited in the Royal Photographic Society and the London Salons and was particularly known for his autochromes of floral subjects. He died in 1919 at the age of thirty-five.

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