Roger Fenton, ‘Timber dwelling between Kiev and Moscow’, 1852, James Hyman Gallery
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Roger Fenton

Timber dwelling between Kiev and Moscow, 1852

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14 × 11 in
35.6 × 27.9 cm
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Roger Fenton
British, 1819–1869
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Roger Fenton’s decision to leave his law career to work with photography—then a newly developed medium—might have had to do with his correspondence with photographers Gustave le Gray and Henri Le Secq. Fenton, who was trained in painting, quickly became a nationally acclaimed photographer and came to be a founding …

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Roger Fenton, ‘Timber dwelling between Kiev and Moscow’, 1852, James Hyman Gallery
Roger Fenton, ‘Timber dwelling between Kiev and Moscow’, 1852, James Hyman Gallery
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Roger Fenton
British, 1819–1869
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Roger Fenton’s decision to leave his law career to work with photography—then a newly developed …

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Roger Fenton’s decision to leave his law career to work with photography—then a newly developed medium—might have had to do with his correspondence with photographers Gustave le Gray and Henri Le Secq. Fenton, who was trained in painting, quickly became a nationally acclaimed photographer and came to be a founding …

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Roger Fenton

Timber dwelling between Kiev and Moscow, 1852

Salt print
14 × 11 in
35.6 × 27.9 cm
Contact For Price
location
London
Have a question? Read our FAQ.