'The Thames Below London Bridge', c 1900.
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Boats and barges on the River Thames, below London Bridge, taken by Charles Job (1853-1930). Job was a noted pictorial photographer, best known for his photographs of English rural landscapes. He first took up photography in about 1870 and became a member of the Royal Photographic Society in 1893 and the Linked Ring in 1900. He showed his work for many years in national and international exhibitions.