Sign of the Times. Word and Image in British Photography
Salvation Army, Brighton, 1967
Vintage Gelatin Silver Print
17.5 x 26.5 cms (6.88 x 10.41 ins)
The Estate of Tony Ray-Jones (Anna Ray-Jones)
Tony Ray-Jones, A Day Off. An English journal by Tony Ray-Jones, 1974, plate 30. (illustrated full page)
Russell Roberts, Tony Ray- Jones, Bradford, National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, p. 55, illustrated full page.
This image is printed on 19 x 30.5 cm doubleweight paper
The reverse of the image is inscribed:
'BH / (19)'
along with other various notations in pencil on the reverse.
Photographer Tony Ray-Jones (1941-1972) created most of his images of the British at work and leisure between 1966 and 1969. Travelling around Britain, he recorded the unguarded moments of people from all sections of British society with a distinctive and highly individual style, combining both sadness and humour.
British Photography / The Hyman Collection