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James Mudd

(1821-1906)

Artist associated with 11 portraits
Manchester photographer James Mudd is best known for his photographic inventory of locomotives built by the local firm of Beyer-Peacock. It was given wide currency by its publication in 1861 by Cundall & Co, whose Photographic Institution was based in Bond Street.

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Alfred, Lord Tennyson, by James Mudd - NPG P34

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

by James Mudd
albumen print, 1861
NPG P34

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, after James Mudd - NPG Ax18237

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

after James Mudd
albumen carte-de-visite, (1861)
NPG Ax18237

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, by James Mudd - NPG x8005

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

by James Mudd
albumen print, 1861
NPG x8005

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, after James Mudd - NPG Ax7608

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

after James Mudd
woodburytype, 1870s (1861)
NPG Ax7608

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, by James Mudd - NPG x13232

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

by James Mudd
woodburytype, 1861
NPG x13232

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, by James Mudd, published by  Cundall, Downes & Co - NPG x26790

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

by James Mudd, published by Cundall, Downes & Co
albumen carte-de-visite, 1861
NPG x26790

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, by James Mudd, published by  Cundall, Downes & Co - NPG x197558

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

by James Mudd, published by Cundall, Downes & Co
albumen carte-de-visite, 1861
NPG x197558

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, by James Mudd, published by  Cundall, Downes & Co - NPG x13230

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

by James Mudd, published by Cundall, Downes & Co
albumen carte-de-visite, 1861
NPG x13230

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, by James Mudd - NPG x13231

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

by James Mudd
albumen carte-de-visite, 1861
NPG x13231

Alfred Dewes, by James Mudd - NPG x13394

Alfred Dewes

by James Mudd
albumen carte-de-visite, mid 1860s
NPG x13394

'Upwards of five hundred photographic portraits of the most celebrated personages of the age', by Frederick Holland Mares, after  Disdéri, and  Camille Silvy, and  Duroni & Murer, and  Émile Desmaisons, and  John Jabez Edwin Mayall, and  (George) Herbert Watkins, and  William Edward Kilburn, and  Horatio Nelson King, and  John & Charles Watkins, an - NPG x139661

'Upwards of five hundred photographic portraits of the most celebrated personages of the age'

by Frederick Holland Mares, after Disdéri, and Camille Silvy, and Duroni & Murer, and Émile Desmaisons, and John Jabez Edwin Mayall, and (George) Herbert Watkins, and William Edward Kilburn, and Horatio Nelson King, and John & Charles Watkins, an
albumen carte-de-visite, 1863
NPG x139661

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