Photograph by J S Waring of photographers Keighley (1861-1947) and Maingot (1894-1947). The leading pictorialist photographer in Britain from 1910-1920, Keighley's work often has an air of mysticism about it. He was a member of the Linked Ring Brotherhood. Australian-born Rosalind Maingot studied photography at the London School of Photography after marrying a surgeon and settling in London but her previous career as an actress is apparent in her photography which encompasses costume and nude figure studies, still lifes and flowers. She also became an accomplished medical photographer, working with her husband and was instrumental in setting up the RPS Medical Group.
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