|Born: John Payne Jennings |
Other: Payne Jennings
|Dates: ||? - 1926 (Getty)|
|Active: ||Great Britain|
English photographer whose panoramic and scenic views of England were used by the Great Eastern Railway Company to encourage rail travel and tourism in the late 19th century. The photographs were published in "Photo Pictures in East Anglia" and "Sun Pictures of the Norfolk Broads. One Hundred Photographs from Nature of the Rivers and Broads of Norfolk and Suffolk.". He was a contemporary of Peter Henry Emerson and G. Christopher Davies who photographed in the same area. His photographs were used to illustrate books including the "Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson" (1889).He was an expert in early
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