Spirit Photography after the Great War

Spirit Photography After The Great War


Part Two in our series on Spirit Photography sees author PETER TOWNSEND looking at how the First World War brought the art to a wider audience


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In the early period of the twentieth century the death and carnage of World War I had given a boost to the fortunes of spirit photography.  James Coates Photographing the Invisible, first published in 1911, had also brought spirit photography to the attention of a much wider audience.

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