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Frederick Evans (1853-1943) - Checklist

ThumbnailFrederick H. Evans 
Ely Cathedral, Entrance to Bishop West's Chapel 
Platinum print 
6-1/16 x 4-7/16 in (155 x 114 mm) 
Charles Isaacs Photographs, Inc 
Courtesy of Charles Isaacs (v1110c) 

ThumbnailFrederick H. Evans 
A Sea of Steps, Wells Cathedral 
1903 (ca) 
Platinum print 
9 1/4 x 7 5/8 in 
Lee Gallery 
Courtesy of Lee Gallery (T1503) 

ThumbnailFrederick H. Evans 
Ely Cathedral: A Memory of the Normans 
[Camera Work, no. 04, pl. 01] 
7 7/8 x 5 3/16 in 
Lee Gallery 
Image courtesy of the Lee Gallery ( 

ThumbnailFrederick H. Evans 
In Sure and Certain Hope 
[Camera Work, no. 08, pl. 14] 
7 7/8 x 5 13/16 in 
Lee Gallery 
Image courtesy of the Lee Gallery ( 
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Contextual notes: 
Frederick H. Evans was a London bookseller who turned to photography later in life - he selected religious architecture, especially the great cathedrals of England and France, as a subject that the camera was well suited for being able to capture the subtle tonalities of the subdued stone interiors. Whilst these remain the most famous of his work he also took landscapes and portraits including one of Fred Holland Day, another noted photographer, in Arab costume (ca. 1901) during a masquerade with Alvin Langdon Coburn.
The photographic historian Beaumont Newhall published the definitive monograph "Frederick Evans: Photographer of the Majesty, Light and Space of the Medieval Cathedrals of England and France" in 1973 (Aperture).
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