Portrait of William Friese Greene (standing ) and Mr. F.W Dingle, c.1883
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Friese Greene made advances in taking and projecting picture films. He began experimenting with colour photograph in 1898. Throughout his life he was a keen optimist and died in 1921 whilst delivering a speech about the parlous state of the British film industry. Photographed by Friese Greene 34 Gay Street, B.F.W. Dingle was the secretary and registrar at the Royal Mineral Hospital, Photographed by Friese Greene & Collings, London
Portraits - Friese Green, William Dingle, F.W.
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