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This second shot is both funny and moving: The photographs conjure a different world, a faraway country that, although so far removed from the experience of London railway stations today, is one you can smell, hear, feel and almost taste as well as see. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Mo, you might like to know that the exhibition at the Guildhall is free on Fridays and each day after 3: Spitalfields Life daily email. Still recognisable today, except the Bishopsgate Goods Station has now been replaced by the new Shoreditch Station. Attention to detail, the play of light and shadow, and a measured, striking use of perspective, proportion, and viewpoint.

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It was London, though, that most captured his eye; and his books on the city, which include Prospect of Highgate and Hampstead with Leonard Clark and Highgate Cemetry with Felix Barker, are gems well worth seeking out.

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John Gay, photographer

His photographs capture people going about their everyday life and they are special because he was looking at Britian through foreign eyes. However, I recommend you go the Guildhall Art Gallery where there is currently a retrospective exhibition to celebrate the centenary of his birth, until 18th October. This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat Here he based his professional photographic practice which covered a varied range of subjects from animals for pet food companies, architecture and country scenes for Country Fair Magazineto the portraits of literary personalities including Terence RattiganDylan Thomas and Vita Sackville-West [1] for the Strand Magazine. Photographs by John Gay, ss 64 Portraits in set. John Gay also maintained a great fondness for Highgate Cemeteryspending much of his free time in his later years dedicated to its renovation.

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Alongside his education, Gay may also owe his artistic development to various movements sweeping across Europe. After his death in over 40, of John Gay's photographs were left to English Heritage and are held in its public archive. Gay was recording a way of life that was vanishing almost as fast as he could press the shutter releases of his large-format cameras. His photographs are published in six books. The stone lies near a main path but is easily missed being small and partly obscured by planting.

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