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Caesar Z. de Ferranti

(1831-1903), Photographer and teacher

Artist of 3 portraits

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John Curtis Cowper as Hamlet, by Caesar Z. de Ferranti - NPG x197093

John Curtis Cowper as Hamlet

by Caesar Z. de Ferranti
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1867
NPG x197093

Charles Turner, by Caesar Z. de Ferranti - NPG x27081

Charles Turner

by Caesar Z. de Ferranti
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1869
NPG x27081

Unknown man formerly called Allan James Foli (Allan James Foley), by Caesar Z. de Ferranti - NPG Ax25032

Unknown man formerly called Allan James Foli (Allan James Foley)

by Caesar Z. de Ferranti
albumen carte-de-visite, 1870s
NPG Ax25032

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Frances Ross

28 September 2018, 12:17

Caesar Z de Ferranti was my great great grandfather. He was born in Belgium, moved to Liverpool and married Juliana Scott the daughter of the portrait painter William Scott. He had a successful photographic studio in Bold Street and his work was exhibited and won prizes. His career was short due to health and other problems

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