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27
May
20

Photobook: E. O. Hoppé. ‘Picturesque Great Britain: Its Architecture and Landscape’ 1926 Part 2

May 2020

Publisher: Ernst Wasmuth A.G. / Berlin
With an Introduction by Charles F. G. Masterman

 

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Land's End, Cornwall' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
74: Land’s End, Cornwall
1926

 

 

In this, the second tranche of photographs from E. O. Hoppé’s 1926 book Picturesque Great Britain: Its Architecture and Landscape, we can analyse some of the techniques of picture construction that the artist has so creatively mastered.

Firstly, that of the floating horizon line. In photographs such as 74: Land’s End, Cornwall; 80: Selworthy, Somerset; 82: Selworthy Church, Selworthy, Somerset; 84: Minehead, Somerset; and 91: Cambden Crescent in Bath, Somerset, Hoppé com/piles the foreground with tone, form and structure, but let’s the eye escape to a distant horizon which moves up and down, according to context, place, space… within the image frame. Time and again he uses this method of allowing the eye to escape the confines of the image.

Secondly, a framing device that the artist is particularly fond of is that of the road, pathway or bridge that helps lead the eye into the image and on to the vanishing point. We can see this approach in photographs such as 96: Approach to Cloisters, Gloucester Cathedral; 97: The Cloisters, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire; 101: Withe Cottage, Conway, Wales; and 132: The Bridge, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire.

Another framing device that the artist uses very effectively is what I call the blocked approach (to the subject) – which can be seen in photographs such as 77: Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset; 117: Chester, Cheshire; 119: Norman Arches, Much Wenlock Abbey, Shropshire; and 142: Wilsford Manor, Wiltshire, where the object which is in focus in the distance is revealed through out of focus arches, wood, masonry or pillars.

A further device is that of the mid-distance band within the pictorial plane, where Hoppé contains the important architectural information into a central section of information. In photographs such as 103: Carnavon Castle, Wales; 121: Evesham, Worcestershire; and 144: Bideston, Wiltshire the artist focuses the viewers attention in the mid-distance, where the buildings float between ground and air. Instead of closing in to fill the frame, Hoppé is content, satisfied with things as they are… happy to enunciate in the images the sum of what he has perceived, discovered, and learned about his subject, without the need to approach to closely or force the matter. In other words, he lets the architecture speak for itself within the landscape.

In looking at architectural forms of different periods, Hoppé does not rely on the formulaic, the tried and tested traditions of landscape and architecture photography from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. His is not the normal seeing of flat images with limited depth (of substance, of feeling). He is too talented (and experimental) and artist for that.

Dr Marcus Bunyan

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Please click on the photographs for a larger version of the image. These photographs are published under fair use conditions for educational purposes only.

 

This magnificent set of pictures displays, with all the art of genius both in selection and technical skill, the beauty of the British Isles. I know of no similar collection which could give alike to the foreigner who wonders what England is like, to the Englishman who has wandered from his native land into all the great dominions of the world, and to the man who has remained behind, that particular sense of pleasure mingled with pain which all beauty excites, and excites especially a passionate love in the vision of home.

This is an introduction to pictures of the landscapes and the works of man; these latter ennobled by the associations of time, and in some cases by time’s decay. They open vistas through which one may gaze at the history of England for a thousand years.

Charles F. G. Masterman

 

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Packhorse Bridge, Allerford, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
75: Packhorse Bridge, Allerford, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
77: Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Selworthy, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
80: Selworthy, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Selworthy, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
81: Selworthy, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Selworthy Church, Selworthy, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
82: Selworthy Church, Selworthy, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'From Porlock Hill, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
83: From Porlock Hill, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Minehead, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
84: Minehead, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Minehead, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
86: Minehead, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Market Place, Dunster' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
87: The Market Place, Dunster
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Royal Crescent, Bath, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
89: The Royal Crescent, Bath, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Bath, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
90: Bath, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Cambden Crescent in Bath, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
91: Cambden Crescent in Bath, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Wells Cathedral, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
93: Wells Cathedral, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Approach to Cloisters, Gloucester Cathedral' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
96: Approach to Cloisters, Gloucester Cathedral
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Cloisters, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
97: The Cloisters, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Pembridge, Herefordshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
98: Pembridge, Herefordshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Withe Cottage, Conway, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972)
101: Withe Cottage, Conway, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Carnavon Castle, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
102: Carnavon Castle, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Carnavon Castle, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
103: Carnavon Castle, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Pass of Bwlch-Goerd, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
105: Pass of Bwlch-Goerd, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Bwlch-Goerd Pass, on the Road to Bala, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
106: Bwlch-Goerd Pass, on the Road to Bala, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Druid Circle, Aberystwyth, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
107: The Druid Circle, Aberystwyth, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'On the Bwlch-y-Goerd Pass, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
108: On the Bwlch-y-Goerd Pass, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Beddgelert, Carnavonshire, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
110: Beddgelert, Carnavonshire, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Llandinam Lake, Mid-Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
111: Llandinam Lake, Mid-Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Snowdon, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
112: Snowdon, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Snowdon at Pen-y-Gwryd, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
113: Snowdon at Pen-y-Gwryd, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Llanberis Pass, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
114: Llanberis Pass, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Wye Valley, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
115: Wye Valley, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'In the Wye Valley, Wales' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
116: In the Wye Valley, Wales
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Chester, Cheshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
117: Chester, Cheshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Norman Arches, Much Wenlock Abbey, Shropshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
119: Norman Arches, Much Wenlock Abbey, Shropshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Bridgenorth, Shropshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
120: Bridgenorth, Shropshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Evesham, Worcestershire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
121: Evesham, Worcestershire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Harlebury Castle, Worcestershire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
124: Harlebury Castle, Worcestershire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Worcester Cathedral' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
125: Worcester Cathedral
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Rous Lench, Worcestershire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
126: Rous Lench, Worcestershire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Court Farm, Broadway, Worcestershire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
127: Court Farm, Broadway, Worcestershire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Broadway, Worcestershire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
130: Broadway, Worcestershire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Bridge, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
132: The Bridge, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Ann Hathaway's Cottage, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
133: Ann Hathaway’s Cottage, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 134: The Grammar School, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
134: The Grammar School, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Welfford-on-Avon, Warwickshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
135: Welfford-on-Avon, Warwickshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Leycester Hospital, Warwick, Warwickshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
137: Leycester Hospital, Warwick, Warwickshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Leycester Hospital, Warwick, Warwickshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
138: Leycester Hospital, Warwick, Warwickshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
139: Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972)'Stoneleigh Abbey, Near Leamington, Warwickshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
140: Stoneleigh Abbey, Near Leamington, Warwickshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Wilsford Manor, Wiltshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
142: Wilsford Manor, Wiltshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Wilsford Manor, Wiltshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
143: Wilsford Manor, Wiltshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Bideston, Wiltshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
144: Bideston, Wiltshire
1926

 

 

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22
May
20

Photobook: E. O. Hoppé. ‘Picturesque Great Britain: Its Architecture and Landscape’ 1926 Part 1

May 2020

Publisher: Ernst Wasmuth A.G. / Berlin
With an Introduction by Charles F. G. Masterman

 

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Picturesque Great Britain: Its Architecture and Landscape cover' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
Publisher Ernst Wasmuth A.G. / Berlin
Picturesque Great Britain: Its Architecture and Landscape cover
1926
304 photoprints

 

 

E. O. Hoppé

Now there’s a name to conjure with!

I found this book in a charity shop, for $5. I couldn’t believe my luck. Here is a book, published in 1926, by one of the most underrated and oft forgotten of the great master photographers of the early twentieth century. It contains 304 photoprints of his journey around Great Britain – “picturesque” photographs – with all the implications that this name brings forth, with its link to Pictorialist photography.

Except, some of these photographs are far from “picturesque” ((of a place or building) visually attractive, especially in a quaint or charming way.) In fact, for the time, they can be seen as downright modern in their composition. Hoppé’s construction of the pictorial frame is exquisite. A wonderful sense of balance and proportion, use of chiaroscuro, low depth of field, geometric form, and a shear sense of space pervade these images. His use of near / far is a joy to behold, as he holds the foreground while drawing the viewers gaze into the distance, to an attendant bridge or dome of St Paul’s cathedral.

In this, the first of a four-part posting, what also strikes one is the rich tonality of these photogravure-like photoprints, with their dark, inky shadows and the sfumato blending of mid tones and highlights. Just look at Plate 33, Hoppé’s photograph of Stonehenge (below) and be swept away by this masters voice. In this photograph, as in many of the photographs, there is an almost abstract quality to them coupled with a wistful romanticism for time and place, for the history of the country he is photographing. Just imagine, hiring a car (or possibly a van) and travelling through a summer around Great Britain taking many many photographs, before whittling them down to the final 300 or so. Did he develop the film in the back of the van after each days shooting, before piling into bed at the local hotel? I don’t know, but I want to go on that road journey!

Being British, these photographs have a great pull and nostalgia for me. I love the British countryside and miss it dearly. What particularly strikes me about them is the absence of people and cars in the photographs, and how archaic and ancient this land seems. Despite being the head of the British Empire, despite being the leader of the Industrial Revolution (pictured throughout the book with pictures of Manchester and the Northern industrial cities), you cannot imagine that this country, a mere 14 years after these photographs were taken, would be on its knees after the withdrawal from Dunkirk, facing invasion from the Nazis… and yet, somehow, hold out, and eventually win the Second World War with the help of Russia and America.

These photographs portray Great Britain as an almost medieval country complete with castle and moat, cathedral and henge, fog descending over the Thames, horse and plough tilling the fields with nere a tractor in sight. People in one’s and two’s tramp the deserted streets, while thatched cottages silently await the rushing conflagration. How Great Britain, pictured here in all its beauty and serenity, survived the coming Armageddon – can perhaps be seen in these photographs very essence, their sense of history and place, of steadfastness and Britishness.

Dr Marcus Bunyan

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Please click on the photographs for a larger version of the image. These photographs are published under fair use conditions for educational purposes only.

 

This magnificent set of pictures displays, with all the art of genius both in selection and technical skill, the beauty of the British Isles. I know of no similar collection which could give alike to the foreigner who wonders what England is like, to the Englishman who has wandered from his native land into all the great dominions of the world, and to the man who has remained behind, that particular sense of pleasure mingled with pain which all beauty excites, and excites especially a passionate love in the vision of home.

This is an introduction to pictures of the landscapes and the works of man; these latter ennobled by the associations of time, and in some cases by time’s decay. They open vistas through which one may gaze at the history of England for a thousand years.

Charles F. G. Masterman

 

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Picturesque Great Britain: Its Architecture and Landscape cover' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
Publisher Ernst Wasmuth A.G. / Berlin
Picturesque Great Britain: Its Architecture and Landscape title page
1926
304 photoprints

 

 

Emil Otto Hoppé (14 April 1878 – 9 December 1972) was a German-born British portrait, travel, and topographic photographer active between 1907 and 1945. Born to a wealthy family in Munich, he moved to London in 1900 to train as a financier, but took up photography and rapidly achieved great success.

He was the only son of a prominent banker, and was educated in the finest schools of Munich, Paris and Vienna. Upon leaving school he served apprenticeships in German banks for ten years, before accepting a position with the Shanghai Banking Corporation. He never arrived in China. The first leg of his journey took him to England where he met an old school friend. Hoppé married his old school friend’s sister, Marion Bliersbach, and stayed in London. While working for the Deutsche Bank, he became increasingly enamored with photography, and, in 1907, jettisoned his commercial career and opened a portrait studio. Within a few years, E.O. Hoppé was the undisputed leader of pictorial portraiture in Europe. To say that someone has a “household name” has become a cliché, yet in Hoppé’s case the phrase is apt. Rarely in the history of the medium has a photographer been so famous in his own lifetime among the general public. He was as famous as his sitters. It is difficult to think of a prominent name in the fields of politics, art, literature, and the theatre who did not pose for his camera.”

Although Hoppé was one of the most important photographic artists of his era and highly celebrated in his time, in 1954, at the age of 76, he sold his body of photographic work to a commercial London picture archive, the Mansell Collection. In the collection, the work was filed by subject in with millions of other stock pictures and no longer accessible by author. Almost all of Hoppé’s photographic work – that which gained him the reputation as Britain’s most influential international photographer between 1907 and 1939 – was accidentally obscured from photo-historians and from photo-history itself. It remained in the collection for over thirty years after Hoppé’s death, and was not fully accessible to the public until the collection closed down and was acquired by new owners in the United States.

In 1994 photographic art curator Graham Howe retrieved Hoppé’s photographic work from the picture library and rejoined it with the Hoppé family archive of photographs and biographical documents. This was the first time since 1954 that the complete E.O. Hoppé Collection was gathered together. Many years were spent in cataloguing, conservation, and research of the recovered work.

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E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'London's River' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
1: London’s River
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'St. Paul’s Cathedral from the Bankside, London' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
2: St. Paul’s Cathedral from the Bankside, London
1926

 

 E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Tower of London' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
3: The Tower of London
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'London Bridge, London' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
4: London Bridge, London
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Thames at Blackfriars, London' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
5: The Thames at Blackfriars, London
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Whitehall, London' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
9: Whitehall, London
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Westminster from the St James' Park, London' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
10: Westminster from the St James’ Park, London
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Hyde Park Corner, London' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
11: Hyde Park Corner, London
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Kensington Gardens, London' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
12: Kensington Gardens, London
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Henley Bridge, Surrey' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
13: Henley Bridge, Surrey
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'High Street, Guildford, Surrey' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
14: High Street, Guildford, Surrey
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Burford, Dorking, Surrey' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
15: Burford, Dorking, Surrey
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Shere, Surrey' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
17: Shere, Surrey
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Sutton Place, Surrey' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
18: Sutton Place, Surrey
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'High Street in Mayfield, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
19: High Street in Mayfield, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Seaford Cliffs, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
22: Seaford Cliffs, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Downs at Seaford, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
23: The Downs at Seaford, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Battlements, Arundel Castle, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
24: Battlements, Arundel Castle, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Entrance to Keep, Arundel Castle, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
25: Entrance to Keep, Arundel Castle, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Arundel Castle, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
26: Arundel Castle, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Old Tilting Court, Arundel Castle, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
27: The Old Tilting Court, Arundel Castle, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Horsham Church, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
28: Horsham Church, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Old Houses Horsham, Sussex' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
29: Old Houses Horsham, Sussex
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Cave Lingfield, Surrey' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
30: The Cave Lingfield, Surrey
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Deanery Close, Winchester, Hampshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
31: The Deanery Close, Winchester, Hampshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Atlantic from Bournemouth Cliffs' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
32: The Atlantic from Bournemouth Cliffs
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
33: Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Ploughing, Hampshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
34: Ploughing, Hampshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Athelhampton, Dorchester, Dorsetshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
36: Athelhampton, Dorchester, Dorsetshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'St Peters Church, Dorchester, Dorsetshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
40: St Peters Church, Dorchester, Dorsetshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'High Street, In Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
41: High Street, In Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Needles, Isle of Wight' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
43: The Needles, Isle of Wight
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Landslide, Luccombe Common, Ventnor, Isle of Wight' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
44: Landslide, Luccombe Common, Ventnor, Isle of Wight
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Torquay, from Marine Drive, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
45: Torquay, from Marine Drive, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Coast at Salcombe, Devon' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
47: Coast at Salcombe, Devon
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Exeter Cathedral, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
49: Exeter Cathedral, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Exeter Cathedral, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
50: Exeter Cathedral, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Porlock, Somerset' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
55: Porlock, Somerset
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Fingle Bridge, Dartmoor, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
57: Fingle Bridge, Dartmoor, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Ancient Tomb, Bovey Tracey, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
60: Ancient Tomb, Bovey Tracey, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Ashburnham, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
61: Ashburnham, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Blackawton, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
62: Blackawton, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Bolt Tail, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
63: Bolt Tail, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Quai, Clovelly, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
64: The Quai, Clovelly, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'High Street in Clovelly, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
65: High Street in Clovelly, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Cliffs near Ilfracombe, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
66: The Cliffs near Ilfracombe, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'The Harbour, Ilfracombe, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
67: The Harbour, Ilfracombe, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Merriefield Church, Devonport, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
68: Merriefield Church, Devonport, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Dartmouth, Devonshire' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
70: Dartmouth, Devonshire
1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British, born Germany 1878-1972) 'Coast at Fowey, Cornwall' 1926

 

E. O. Hoppé (British born Germany, 1878-1972)
71: Coast at Fowey, Cornwall
1926

 

 

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Dr Marcus Bunyan

Dr Marcus Bunyan is an Australian artist and writer. His art work explores the boundaries of identity and place. He writes Art Blart, an art and cultural memory archive, which posts mainly photography exhibitions from around the world. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy from RMIT University, Melbourne, a Master of Arts (Fine Art Photography) from RMIT University, and a Master of Art Curatorship from the University of Melbourne.

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