Woman in dark dress standing in front of window. A photograph of a young woman, possibly Clementina Hawarden (b. 1847), taken by Clementina, Lady Hawarden, in about 1862.
A photograph of a young woman, possibly Clementina Hawarden (b. 1847), taken by Clementina, Lady Hawarden, in about 1862.
Reflections are a recurring theme in Lady Hawarden's photographs. She often posed her daughters in front of mirrors, exploring the idea of the double.
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- National Media Museum, Bradford
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