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London Colour Archive by Brian Girling
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London Colour Archive is a fascinating collection of early photographs, which take the reader on a tour of London. It is a tour with a difference, though, because rather than picturing historic scenes dating back to the 1850s in the usually expected sepia or monochrome tones this collection offers new realism as all of the photographs are in full colour. World renowned landmarks are featured as well as less well known aspects of the city including street characters, local markets, shops, theatres, early cinemas, local neighbourhoods and transport, as horse and steam transport was giving way to electricity and the internal combustion engine. Great exhibitions and royal events also appear as do wartime photographs of the devastation London suffered during the blitz in World War II. A further section recalls London's once-thriving docklands before their eventual decline and subsequent reinvigoration during more recent years. London Colour Archive brings together a wealth of rare and previously unpublished images to depict a city that was as vibrant and colourful a century ago as it is today.

Author Biography

London born Brian Girling's thirty-years as a social and wedding photographer and postcard dealer mean that he has access to an extensive private archive of historic London images. Brian is the author of several previous titles including A Century in the City, Eastenders' Postcards, City of London and Westminster's Villages. He lives in Harrow.
Release date Australia
February 15th, 2010
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
230 Illustrations, unspecified
Imprint
Amberley Publishing
Pages
120
Dimensions
248x226x13
ISBN-13
9781848682221
Product ID
3907820

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