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Henry Dixon & Son

RA Collection: People and Organisations

Photographer. As with many other photographers from the period, Henry Dixon (1820-1893) originally trained as a printer. Though, perhaps, best known today for his photography for the Society for Photographing Relics of Old London, Dixon also successfully developed a business of fine art photography. Dixon's son was Thomas James Dixon 1857-1943 . According to photoLondon Lucy and Ellen Dixon were also part of the partnership known as Dixon & Son. Although Dixon died in 1893, the company was probably active until the beginning of the 1940s [it was founded in 1887]. Pritchard lists 112 Albany Street as the address of Henry Dixon and Son until 1908.

Works associated with Henry Dixon & Son in the RA Collection

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