This survey of the life and work of Julia Margaret Cameron, celebrates the photographic genius as it reproduces the key works from her trail-blazing career.
Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–1879) was one of the most innovative and influential photographers in the history of the medium. Though criticized in her own lifetime, her distinctive use of close-up and soft-focus is now considered groundbreaking. The Victoria and Albert Museum’s extensive holdings represent the largest collection of her work anywhere in the world, newly united with treasures from the Royal Photographic Society. Drawing on this unparalleled collection, this book presents an engaging introduction to Cameron’s life and work through more than 100 of her most important photographs. Hardcover, 208 pages.
Recommended for You
Members Save 10%
Museum members receive 10% off all items from our museum stores, including sale items and custom Art on Demand prints.