Lock & Whitfield(active 1856-1894)
Artist associated with 623 portraits
Samuel Lock was an artist who in the early 1850s was converting talbotype portraits into painted miniatures. In September 1856, he joined forces with George Whitfield, who had recently opened a photographic portrait studio on Regent Street in London. The firm established a branch studio on Kings Road, Brighton in 1864 and are best remembered for the series of woodbury type portraits published in Men of Mark.
by Lock & Whitfield, after George Richmond
albumen carte-de-visite, after 1856 (circa 1849)
by Lock & Whitfield
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s