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Exhibition: Inspired by... George Shadbolt, victorian photographer, writer and innovator

Wednesday 7 June until Sunday 1 October 1.00pm - 5.00pm

Bruce Castle Museum, Lordship Lane, N17 8NU

Pioneering photographer George Shadbolt (1819 – 1901) took some of the earliest photographs of London during the 1850s-60s. Bruce Castle has an exquisite archive of these early prints showing the quiet rural landscapes of Highgate, Hornsey and Tottenham.

Our collection represents one of the most significant assemblages of his work in this country. His work can also be seen at the Museum of London, The British Library, The Getty and Metropolitan Museum of Art in the US.

Bruce Castle Museum is open from Wednesday to Sunday between 1pm and 5pm

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