London: Ludgate Hill and St Paul's

PART OF:
Fifty colour photographs of London
Made:
circa 1914 in Saint Paul's Cathedral
publisher:
The Photochrom Company Limited

A photochrom postcard entitled 'London: Ludgate Hill and St Paul's', published in 'London In Colour Photography' by The Photochrom Company Limited, London in about 1914. The postcard shows Ludgate Hill, a road leading to St Paul's Cathedral. The King Lud public house can be seen on the left.

A photochrom postcard entitled 'London: Ludgate Hill and St Paul's', published in 'London In Colour Photography' by The Photochrom Company Limited, London in about 1914.

The postcard shows Ludgate Hill, a road leading to St Paul's Cathedral. The King Lud public house can be seen on the left.

The photochrom process was a form of photolithographic colour printing developed around 1900. The process was used widely to produce scenic and tourist views and for reproductions in art books.

Details

Category:
Photographs
Object Number:
1978-122/4
Materials:
cardboard
type:
photograph, chromolithograph and photochrom
credit:
National Media Museum, Bradford