Andrew Sanders

As its title suggests, this is a quirky book. It veers, often in cavalier fashion, from informed opinion to cultivated impression, from gobbets of...

London was far from the ideal city in which to show off the startling novelty of the art of photography. When M. de St. Croix gave the first...

The Life and Times of Scrope Berdmore by T.A.J. Burnett