This is a small exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London and comprises beautiful portraits from the period between 1840 till 1940.
The display features works by internationally renowned artist such as Edward Weston, Man Ray and Frederick Evans alongside photographs from the archives of Cecil Beaton and Madame Yvonne. It includes as well pictures of the great nineteenth century photographers such Julia Margaret Cameron, Lewis Carroll, Hill and Adamson and many others.
The entry is free of charge and is running until the 29th October.
If you are in central London and want to see a quick exhibition, without spending any money, that is an excellent choice!
Please see calendar for more details