Item MC/P/10 - Interior of Hous'hill, Glasgow - the drawing room

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MC/P/10

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Interior of Hous'hill, Glasgow - the drawing room

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  • c1904 (Creation)

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1

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The Drawing Room looking towards the Music Room.

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(1861-1967)

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Bedford Lemere & Co was the pre-eminent English firm of architectural photographers during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Taking photographs at a time of extraordinary change and unparalleled optimism, its customers were leading architects, designers, industrialists, estate agents, hoteliers and retailers. Over the years Bedford Lemere & Co photographed country houses, factories, hospitals, shops, banks, railway stations, cruise liners and, during the First World War, armaments manufacture. Its work centred on London, but it received commissions throughout the British Isles and occasionally from abroad. The firm's work was technically outstanding and executed with a distinctive sympathy for its subject matter.

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Sepia photograph on board Inscribed: Bedford Lemere & Co. Photographers, 147 Strand, London Signed (verso) in pencil No. 7. The Hous'hill, Nitshill, Scotland The Drawing Room looking towards Music Room C. R. Mackintosh architect 4 Blythswood Square, Glasgow

Dimensions: 238 x 297 mm (image) 264 x 311 mm (support)

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GB 1694 MC/P/10

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition

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