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© British Library. Purchased with the assistance of the V&A Purchase Grant Fund, 1980. Museums Sheffield
Emily Bronte from Remains of Elmet
Date Made/Found: 1979
Artist: Fay Godwin , British, 1931 - 2005
Author: Ted Hughes , British, 1930 - 1998
Material and Medium: gelatin silver print
Dimensions: Mount: 380 x 321mm Sight size: 201 x 193mm Image size: 174 x 173mm
Department: Visual Art
Accession Number: VIS.4828
This photograph is from the series Remains of Elmet, which was made in West Yorkshire on the site of the prehistoric city of Elmet. Fay Godwin’s photographs inspired the poet Ted Hughes and were published alongside his poetry in 1979. Godwin’s inspiration for landscape photography came from her love of walking, she began capturing isolated and remote areas the British countryside and coast. She later became leader of the Ramblers Association and was an advocator of the right-to-roam campaign.
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