Snowbound.

1923-’24.

Gelatin silver print, 14½ x 11⅜ inches (368 x 290 mm), signed and dated 1924 in ink on image, signed and titled ‘Swiss Winter Scene’ in ink on verso of first mount, signed, titled and dated in pencil on the second mount.

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An attractive Swiss winter scene by J. Dudley Johnston. Johnston (1868–1955) was President of the Royal Photographic Society from 1923-’5 and again from 1929-’31. He was a leading Pictorialist photographer, a member of the Linked Ring Brotherhood, and responsible for establishing the historic collection of photographs owned by the RPS.

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