We use cookies to improve your experience online. By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies as described in our cookies policy.

Due to government restrictions, you may only visit with members of your household, not as a mixed group. If you need to rebook your visits, please contact us at 020 7300 8090 or tickets@royalacademy.org.uk, 10am – 5pm

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

129 results