Born in Berlin, Ursula Pariser studied in London at the Reimann School of Art and Design before embarking on an illustrious career as educator and photographer. Whilst head of photography at the Courtauld Institute of Art, she acted as special art adviser to the Queen.
In 2017, Lacy Scott and Knight, an independent and longstanding firm of auctioneers and property valuers, were tasked with carrying out the valuation of items discovered at Thorne Court, just outside of Bury St Edmunds.
My name is Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon. I am a mid-19th century feminist and women’s rights activist. I also co-founded the English Woman’s Journal in 1858 with my dear friend Bessie Rayner Parkes. Today, I thought of telling you all a bit more about her.