Since the Lumiere brothers made the autochrome process commercially available in June 1907, colour photography has proliferated in so many directions that we are saturated with it. In this stunning collection, Pam Roberts has gathered together the finest examples of the art of colour photography, covering every major technical and artistic development in colour photography in over 100 years.
Pam Roberts was Curator at the British Royal Photographic Society from 1982-2001. Her most recent publications include F. Holland Day, Photogenic and Photohistorica: Landmarks in Photography and she was an advisory editor on The Oxford Companion to the Photograph. She lives in Bath.