Situated in the centre of Liverpool is this fascinating house, home between 1947 and 1988 to Edward Chambré Hardman and his wife Margaret.

The house contains the studio where most were taken and the darkroom where they were developed and printed, and the Hardmans' living quarters – complete with all the ephemera of post-war daily life.

The subject matter of the photographs – portraits of the people in Liverpool, their city and the landscapes of the surrounding countryside – provide a record of a more prosperous time when Liverpool was the gateway to the British Empire and the world.

SKU: 30038557


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