By Google Arts & Culture 'To achieve this view, Roger Fenton set up his camera on a bridge across from the Moscow River.'

Roger Fenton Hunt was in the same group in the dissecting room at St Thomas’ Hospital as Cicely Saunders, later to build St Christopher’s Hospice in London.   War, by Capa. Fenton's majestic pictures of cathedrals, country houses, and varied countryside were without peer in England - as were his views of the royal castles and Houses of Parliament that embodied Britain's power. They were all photojournalists and photographed the war and were famously known for doing … Before qualifying he was interested in anaesthetics. South Front of the Kremlin from the Old Bridge by Roger FentonThe J. Paul Getty Museum 'In an attempt to change English public opinion, which was …

One of Roger Fenton’s most famous photographs – an eerily empty valley in the Crimea strewn with cannonballs – brilliantly captured the aftermath of the charge of the heavy brigade at Balaclava and the brutality of the Crimean War. The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace gives a welcome airing to the powerful Crimean War photographs of Roger Fenton.

Fenton, Brady, Gardner and Capa all had very similar work. Across a desolate and featureless landscape, not a single figure can be found. --Roger Fenton Fenton's most famous photograph is also one of the most well-known images of war.

Roger Fenton studied law and painting before venturing into the field of photography.

Oct 7, 2012 - Explore dennisfry's board "Roger Fenton - Master of Photography", followed by 290 people on Pinterest. Roger Fenton (1819-1869) was England's most celebrated and influential photographer during the 1850s, the "golden age" of this radically new medium. Some of his famous works include: Death in the Making (1937), Slightly out of Focus (1947), Images of War (1964), Children of War, Children of Peace (1991), and Robert Capa: Photographs (1996). He was bright and didn’t have to work as hard as the rest of us. According to Chris Albury at Cirencester auctioneer Dominic Winter, an “an absolutely A1 example” of Roger Fenton’s (1819-69) famous photo The Valley of the Shadow of Death would make “£50,000-plus at auction, easy peasy”. Source: The J. Paul Getty Museum. Fenton’s photographs from the Crimean war in Russia were the earliest … See more ideas about Fenton, Photography, Crimean war.

But, like us, he had girlfriends among the Nightingales (as the nurses were called). War, by Capa. As a photographer he founded the Photographers Society in England (1853), was appointed first official photographer for the British Museum (1854) and became famous for his photographic documentation of the Crimean war in 1855. Fenton is a constituent town that amalgamated with Hanley, Tunstall, Burslem, Longton and Stoke-upon-Trent to form the county borough of Stoke-on-Trent in 1910, later raised to city status in 1925. The landscape is inhabited only by cannonballs--so plentiful that they first appear to be rocks--that stand in for the human casualties on the battlefield.

Roger Fenton: 12 works A slideshow of artworks auto-selected from multiple collections .