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Isle of Arran Ferry, Scotland
© Photograph by Edith Tudor-Hart

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Isle of Arran Ferry, Scotland Photographed about 1935

Not on display

  • Scottish Art
Tudor-Hart was one of around thirty German-speaking photographers, many of Jewish origin, who either settled or lived briefly in Britain during the 1930s. Collectively they revolutionised British photography, offering new, often more socially critical, ways of seeing. During her time in Britain, Tudor-Hart’s practice developed a nuanced articulation of social identity, particularly in relation to gender and class. Coming from Austria, she was attentive to Britain’s status as an island nation, an identity perhaps of special significance to the roles of boys and men.


  • Acc. No. PGP 279.59B
  • Medium Modern silver gelatine print from archival negative
  • Size 30.20 x 28.30 cm
  • Credit Presented by Wolfgang Suschitzky 2004