Michael Hoppen Gallery offers in their online viewing room a summer selection of Charles Jones‘s remarkable gold-toned silver gelatin prints, made from glass plate negatives. Each piece is unique and was made by the artist at the turn of the twentieth-century. The remarkable story of the discovery of Charles Jones’s long-forgotten photographs – found in a leather trunk in the early morning at Bermondsey Market in 1981, is the stuff of art collecting legend. It is every collector’s dream to rediscover a forgotten masterpiece and Sean Sexton was particularly fortunate that a fellow collector-dealer had seen the contents of the...
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