LUCINDA LAMBTON DUNCAN GRANT
Lucinda Lampton photographer
Portraits of Duncan Grant and Angelica Garnett at Charleston mid 1970s
Mounted and framed
Size 25cm x 38cm
Bought at auction many years ago from collection of photograph curator
Charmingand rare photos of Grant at home at Charleston. One image with him and his daughter, Angelica Garnett
I believe these to be the only prints. For a commission for the Guardian Newspaper.
Lady Lucinda Lambton, Lady Worsthorne (born 10 May 1943) is an English writer, photographer and broadcaster on architectural subjects. Lambton has researched, written and presented 55 films for the BBC and 25 films for ITV. They include On The Throne – The History of the Lavatory, The Great North Road, A Cabinet of Curiosities and The Other House of Windsor. Sublime Suburbia, her series of four films for ITV about the architectural and historic delights of London's suburbs, won the Regional Television award for the best documentary series of 2003. A further series of Sublime Suburbia in six parts, followed in 2004.
She has written and taken the photographs for 14 books including: Temples of Convenience, a history of the lavatory; Beastly Buildings, about architecture for animals; Vanishing Victoriana; An Album of Curious Houses and Lucinda Lambton's A-Z of Britain, a companion to the 26-part television series for the BBC.