Two girls by a window

Made:
c. 1860 in London
maker:
Clementina Maude
Clementina and Isabella Grace Maude Hawarden, 1861
      Portrait of 'Clementina and Isabella Grace Maude' by Lady Clementina Hawarden Clementina Maude (standing) and Isabella Grace Maude
      A photograph probably of Clementina (born 1847) and Florence Hawarden (born 1849), taken by Clementina

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Clementina and Isabella Grace Maude Hawarden, 1861 Portrait of 'Clementina and Isabella Grace Maude' by Lady Clementina Hawarden
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Clementina Maude (standing) and Isabella Grace Maude A photograph probably of Clementina (born 1847) and Florence Hawarden (born 1849), taken by Clementina
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Two women by window, one standing and one kneeling. A photograph of two young girls, probably Clementina (b. 1847) and Florence Hawarden (b. 1849), taken by Clementina, Lady Hawarden, in about 1860.

A photograph of two young girls, probably Clementina (b. 1847) and Florence Hawarden (b. 1849), taken by Clementina, Lady Hawarden, in about 1860.

Lady Hawarden regularly photographed her daughters in their home in South Kensington, London, using natural light to illuminate the subjects.

Details

Category:
Photographs
Object Number:
1985-5078/6
type:
photograph
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
National Media Museum, Bradford