LPG Photo Gallery

Photographs produced by The London Portrait Gallery

Conducted by Frederick Thomas Newcombe between 1864 and 1867

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[ABOVE] A carte-de-visite portrait of a young  woman holding a baby. A photograph produced by The London Portrait Company at 68 Cheapside,  City of London. (1864). Negative No. 570. [ABOVE] The trade plate of The London Portrait Company as printed on the reverse of a carte-de-visite portrait produced at Frederick Newcombe's studio at 68 Cheapside,  City of London. (1864). Negative No. 2813. [ABOVE] A carte-de-visite portrait of a young  woman produced by The London Portrait Company at 68 Cheapside,  City of London. (1864). Negative No. 2,813. [ABOVE] A carte-de-visite portrait of a young  woman produced by The London Portrait Company at 68 Cheapside,  City of London. (1864). Negative No. 1,901.

[ABOVE] A carte-de-visite portrait of a young  woman produced by The London Portrait Company at 68 Cheapside,  City of London. (1864). Negative No. 312. [ABOVE] A  carte-de-visite portrait of an unknown woman produced by The London Portrait Company at 68 Cheapside,  City of London. (1866). Negative No. 7,382 [ABOVE] A carte-de-visite portrait of a young  man produced by The London Portrait Company at 68 Cheapside,  City of London. (1866). Negative No. 8,773. [ABOVE] A carte-de-visite portrait of a young  woman produced by The London Portrait Company at 68 Cheapside,  City of London. (1866). Negative No. 7,385.
 

Click on the link below to read an account of the life and career of Frederick Thomas Newcombe and other members of the Newcombe family of Photographers

Frederick Thomas Newcombe, The London Portrait Company and the Newcombe Family of Photographers

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