Agnes Warburg (1872-1953) was inspired by her elder brother to take up photography. She exhibited at the Photographic Salon of the Linked Ring and at the Royal Photographic Society, where she was highly active. She was a founder-member of the Society's Pictorial and Colour Groups. She specialised in landscapes and portraits, and also experimented with the autochrome colour process.
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