London, South Kensington
20 October 2000
ROBERT HOWLETT (1831-1858)
Group portrait of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and others, circa 1857
Albumen print, 95/8 x 8¾ in. arched top, retouching where negative broken, mounted on card, remnants of blindstamp to top left corner [Photographic] Institution, 168 New Bond Street
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Haworth-Booth, The Golden Age of British Photography 1839-1900, p. 50
Robert Howlett was one of the leading British professional photographers of the mid 1850s and a partner of Joseph Cundall at the Photographic Institution.
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