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19th Century Photographers Archives - Hundred Heroines

Shima Ryū

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Ryu Shima (1823-1900) took what is the earliest known photograph to be created by a Japanese woman in 1864, and it was a wet-plate of Kakoku, her husband.

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Elizabeth Le Blond

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The Irish-heiress turned mountaineering photographer, Elizabeth Le Blond (1860-1934) has not only been credited by being one of the first people to reach many European summits but also as one of the first female filmmakers.

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Ann Cooke

Ann Cooke

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Ann Cooke is credited as being the first female photographer in Britain to open a professional photographic portrait studio.

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Anna Atkins

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Anna Atkins was the first person to create a book made entirely from photographic images and is widely acclaimed for her use of British algae cyanotypes.

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Cecilia Glaisher Photograph

Cecilia Glaisher

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Cecilia Glaisher, Ferns, 1850s, © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Cecilia Glaisher 1828-1892 British Photographer From an early age, Cecilia Glaisher was involved in the scientific community, with her father being...
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Lotte Jacobi

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Coming from a long line of photographers, German-born Lotte Jacobi (1896-1990) was known for her intimate, dramatic and often experimental portraits in the ‘New Vision’ style of the late 1920s and 30s. After fleeing Hitler’s Germany, she re-established herself as a portraitist in New York and moved into abstraction and landscape photography in the 1950s.

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Isle Bing

Ilse Bing

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Ilse Bing (1899–1998) was a German-born inter-war photographer who worked in photojournalism and portraiture in Paris and New York. She worked in the modernist style and innovated using solarisation and night photography. Her work was featured in MoMA’s first survey exhibition of photography in 1937.

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