Dickinson Brothers(active 1852-1908), Photographers
Artist associated with 28 portraits
Dickinson Brothers, a partnership of the brothers Lowes and Gilbert Dickinson, was a leading firm of printers and publishers. The company achieved national recognition for a set of fifty-five large, coloured lithographs, entitled Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851, which illustrated the various display areas at the Crystal Palace. By 1855, they had become interested in photography and had established two photographic portrait studios in London, one at their premises on New Bond Street and the other on Regent Street. Dickinson Brothers established a branch studio at a prime site on Kings Road, Brighton, in around 1862.
by Francis Holl, printed by McQueen (Macqueen), published by and after Dickinson Brothers
engraving, published 2 August 1869
by Thomas Herbert Maguire, after Dickinson Brothers
lithograph, circa 1872