After the Manner of Perugino, 1865. Photography by Julia Margaret Cameron, Courtesy of National Media Museum, Bradford

Why Julia Margaret Cameron is Photography's Secret Heroine

Science Museum lines up major Julia Margaret Cameron show for autumn After the Manner of Perugino © National Media Museum, Bradford

Julia Margaret Cameron- an incredible 19th century portrait photographer

Second Edition of The Julia Margaret Cameron Award

Julia Margaret Cameron, Beatrice, 1866 | via Christie Riga

Portrait: Julia Margaret Cameron

Julia Margaret Cameron, Iago, Study from an Italian. Believed to depict Angelo Colarossi, 1867

Julia Margaret Cameron’s 1867 photograph “Iago, Study from an Italian”, identified by Colin Ford as Angelo Colarossi.

The Mountain Nymph Sweet Liberty June 1866: Julia Margaret Cameron was one of the greatest portraitists in the history of photography

150 years before Instagram, Julia Margaret Cameron set the trend for selfies with her Victorian era Celebrity Photographs

The Mountain Nymph Sweet Liberty June 1866 Albumen silver print from glass negative Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Julia Stephen (1846–1895), a renowned beauty in her day and mother of Virginia Stephen who would later become better known as Virginia Woolf. The photograph was taken by the celebrated Victorian photography pioneer, Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879).

Famous photograph of Julia Stephen a renowned beauty in her day and mother of Virginia Stephen, who would later become better known as Virginia Woolf. The photograph was taken by the celebrated Victorian photography pioneer Julia Margaret Cameron.

Alice Liddell as a young woman in 1872 by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815 - 1879).  Alice as a child inspired Lewis Carroll to write the classic Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

Julia Margaret Cameron __ Alice Liddell as a young woman, 1872 Alice Lidell known for most of her adult life by her married name, Alice Hargreaves, inspired the children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

The Whisper of the Muse / Portrait of G.F. Watts, by Julia Margaret Cameron,  1865  J. Paul Getty Museum

"The Whisper of the Muse - Portrait of G." Albumen silver print from glass negative, 1865 - by British photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron (née Pattle;

Julia Margaret Cameron: A Study of the Cenci.  Model is Kate Keown. From Wikipedia: "Beatrice Cenci was an Italian noblewoman. She is famous as the protagonist in a lurid murder trial in Rome. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beatrice_Cenci

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