Dorothy Wilding Photograph Portrait of Marigold Armitage
DescriptionDorothy Wilding - Original Early 20th Century Photograph. Bromide print on tissue and card mount. Signed. Small stain to upper edge of mount.Dorothy Wilding (1893 – 1976) began her photographic career as an apprentice to Bond Street photographer Marian Neilson. Wilding was the first woman to be appointed as the Official Royal Photographer for the 1937 Coronation and opened a second studio in New York in the same year. She is best known for her brightly lit linear compositions photographed in high key lighting against a white background. Her autobiography In Pursuit of Perfection was published in 1958. Her work can be found in the National Portrait Gallery, London.For more information please click here.
37.3 x 26.7cm (14.7" x 10.5")
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||37.3 x 26.7cm|
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