CONTENTS

 

Directory of Photographic
Studios in Brighton & Hove
1841-1910

 

History of Photography
in Brighton


Alfred A. Atkins

 

William Avenell



William Constable

 

Edward Fox

 

Robert Farmer

 

John J. E. Mayall

 

George Ruff

 

Henry J. Spink

 

Alfred J. Wright

 

 


David Simkin
david@photohistory-sussex.co.uk

 

 

Brighton Photographers 1841-1910

 

A photograph of the King's Road in Brighton, taken around 1895. John J.E. Mayall's studio can be seen in the middle of the picture.

To see a close-up of Mayall's studio at 90-91 Kings Road, click on the building or click on this link -

The Kings Road in Brighton (c 1895)

 

This website is devoted to photographers active in the English seaside town of Brighton
in the county of Sussex during Victorian and Edwardian times. It is designed to be used
by people researching their family history who wish to date family photographs and
those interested in the history of photography.

 

NEW WEBSITE !

David Simkin has now established a new website devoted to photographers active in Sussex during Victorian and Edwardian Times. It can be reached by clicking on the Sussex PhotoHistory link below :

Sussex Photo History

 

Website last updated: 1st October, 2005

 

This website is dedicated to the memory of Arthur T. Gill

 

 

I can recommend Philippe Garner's excellent book on the subject of Brighton and Photography entitled "A Seaside Album : Photographs and Memory", published by Philip Wilson Publishers in association with The Royal Pavilion, Libraries & Museums, Brighton & Hove (2003). 144 pages, illustrated throughout .

[ paperback edition ISBN 085667 561 X ]

[ hardback edition ISBN 085667 560 1]


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