âAmateurs and Artists: Early Photography and Plymouth' looks at the development of early photography and its links with Plymouth and the South West.
It features a series of photographs taken by Linnaeus Tripe c.1851-5 for which the Museum holds the original negatives, as well as topographical scenes and portraits from some of the area's earliest studios.
The exhibition is supported by the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) Historical Group.
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