Shadows of War: Roger Fenton's Photographs of the Crimea, 1855
£24.95
Shadows of War: Roger Fenton's Photographs of the Crimea, 1855

Description

In March 1855 Roger Fenton, a former solicitor and founding member of what is now known as the Royal Photographic Society, travelled to war-torn Crimea to capture the brutality of war through the medium of photography.

The Royal Collection has the most important holding of his work in the world, with some 350 of his photographs of the Crimean conflict. This new publication brings together all these works and highlights the impact that such images had on those back in Britain, seeing in them the realities of war documented in pictures for the first time.

Hardback with Swiss binding.

26.5 x 21 cm.

256 pages.

Approximately 250 colour illustrations.

ISBN 978 1 909741 38 6.

£24.95

Product code: 101101

Description

In March 1855 Roger Fenton, a former solicitor and founding member of what is now known as the Royal Photographic Society, travelled to war-torn Crimea to capture the brutality of war through the medium of photography.

The Royal Collection has the most important holding of his work in the world, with some 350 of his photographs of the Crimean conflict. This new publication brings together all these works and highlights the impact that such images had on those back in Britain, seeing in them the realities of war documented in pictures for the first time.

Hardback with Swiss binding.

26.5 x 21 cm.

256 pages.

Approximately 250 colour illustrations.

ISBN 978 1 909741 38 6.

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