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James Russell & Sons

(active 1850s-1940s), Photographers

Artist associated with 692 portraits
James Russell and Sons were a firm of portrait photographers with their principal studio at Littlehampton and others at Chichester, Worthing, Bognor and Petworth. They also advertised themselves as landscape photographers and exhibited views at the International Exhibition, London, in 1862.

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Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury

by James Russell & Sons
woodburytype
NPG x22340

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Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury

by James Russell & Sons
carbon print
NPG x22342

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Walter William Skeat

by James Russell & Sons
platinum print
NPG x25923

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Hon. Edward Stanhope

by James Russell & Sons
carbon print
NPG x26552

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Sir Victor Albert Stanley

by James Russell & Sons
bromide print
NPG x26564

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Francis, Prince and Duke of Teck

by James Russell & Sons
woodburytype
NPG x26727

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Princess Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck

by James Russell & Sons
woodburytype
NPG x26734

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Sir Peter Carlaw Walker, 2nd Bt

by James Russell & Sons
photogravure
NPG x27222

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William Robert Wellesley, 1st Earl Peel

by James Russell & Sons
bromide print
NPG x28769

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Ruth Vincent

by James Russell & Sons
bromide print
NPG x33270

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Ruth Vincent

by James Russell & Sons
bromide print
NPG x33271

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Sir George Gabriel Stokes, 1st Bt

by James Russell & Sons
albumen cabinet card
NPG x38815

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Annette Griffiths

11 March 2016, 18:48

I have a book called "Art Collections of the King and Queen" published by J Russel and Sons but can find no reference to it anywhere on the web. Can you tell me anything about it?

Deborah

05 August 2015, 13:05

I have had a James Russell and Sons photograhy portrait for 30 years. I am desperate to find out who this beautiful woman is, a bride, i believe. It is from the Baker St studios and i believe is from 1900 untill 1905. Coukd it be Royalty? Can you please advise me? Or put me onto someone that can help? Kindest Regards

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