Ernest Edwards

Ernest Edwards is recorded as active at 20 Baker Street, W. from 1864-1868. He specialised in portraiture and topographical photography. In 1869 he invented the heliotype, a form of photography which was first used in 1872 to provide illustrations for Charles Darwin's The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals, a copy of which is in the Academy's Historic Book Collection.
 
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John Foley R.A.   
John Foley R.A.
ca. 1864-1868
Ernest Edwards