A report of the exhibition appeared in
Amateur Photographer on
18 November 1892*. I have categorised this as Members' Exhibition,
but it is clear that the exhibition was also open to others. The
"Of the pictures which are exhibited, there are nearly 200 by members of
- Mr FP Cembrano jun.
has sent four landscape studies, printed in platinum, on rough paper,
which have taken first-class awards at exhibitions in London, New York,
Amsterdam and Brussels.
- Mr W Bedford, London,
has sent duplicates of three pictures which were exhibited in the Pall
- Mr George Davison
sends twelve landscape pictures of the Emersonian school about the
effects of which there has been much controversy in photographic
- Mr Ralph Robinson,
London sends three large pictures - landscapes with figures - which will
be useful to the members as studies in composition.
- Mr Liddell Sawyer,
Newcastle sends two large composition subjects, which illustrate the
charming effects that may be produced by attention to lighting.
- Mr F Sutcliffe,
Whitby, sends a series of very beautiful landscape enlargements.
- Mr Adam Diston, Leven,
Fifeshire, a few exhibits of composition genre subjects.
Of the work of the members, the most striking is the large
group of the
Photographic Convention by Mr
Ayton, the Chairman."
If these comments do in fact relate to the 1893 Exhibition, this
date is incorrect.