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Photographs by William Carrick

Carrick was an Edinburgh-born photographer who devoted much of his career portraying members of Russia’s lower classes. He was one of the first photographers to capture the Russian countryside and its people. In the 1860s he travelled as far as Finland, where these photographs were taken, and later along the ‘Mother Volga’.

Possibly acquired by King Edward VII, when Prince of Wales.

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