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Herbert Lambert (1881-1936), Photographer; managing director of Elliott & Fry, 1926-1936

Sitter in 3 portraits
Artist associated with 47 portraits
Lambert worked primarily from Bath, but he also had studios in Bristol and London. He was appointed Managing Director of Elliott & Fry in 1926. He specialised in portraits of musicians, publishing his Modern British Composers in 1923. Lambert had a mastery of lighting and a striking ability to create a harmonious atmosphere within a composition.

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Herbert Lambert

by Goodwin
bromide print, 1929
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Herbert Lambert

by Herbert Lambert
print
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Herbert Lambert

by Herbert Lambert
print mounted on white paper and card
NPG x7594

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