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1853 (ca., taken) 1900 (ca, print)
Gelatin silver print, from calotype negative
10 7/8 x 8 1/2 ins
Lockey was rector of Swainswick near Bath and photographed architecture and landscapes, mostly in Somerset and South Wales in the 1850s. Lockey made negatives 8 x 11 inches and often made prints for use in a Wheatstone stereoviewer. Many of Lockey’s negatives survive in the collections of St. Fagan’s, Cardiff and the Bath Literary and Scientific Institute.