James Craig Annan

Scottish , 1864 - 1946

Annan was one of the leading Scottish photographers at the turn of the twentieth century, working in the technique of photogravure. Though he is best known for his portraiture, he began his career photographing the poor sectors of Glasgow, Scotland. He worked and trained with his father, Thomas Annan, who was a well-known photographer as well. James also supervised the making of intaglio works by contemporary printmakers.


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