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  1. Horace Walter Nicholls (17 February 1867 – 28 July 1941) was an English photographer, notable as a war photographer during World War I.

  2. HORACE W NICHOLLS 1867 - 1941

  3. Horace W. Nicholls. Photographer. 1867 - 1941. Born in Cambridge in 1867, Horace Walter Nicholls was the eldest of ten children. His father, Arthur Nicholls, was an artist in watercolours and a photographer.

  4. Horace Nicholls British. ca. 1906. Not on view. Nicholls, a freelance press photographer who specialized in images of Edwardian high society, was typical of the first generation of professional photojournalists in his supple approach to photographic truth.

  5. Horace Walter Nicholls was born in Cambridge in 1867 to his mother Charlotte and photographer father Arthur. Aged 19 he worked as a studio photographer in Chile for three years. In 1892 he first went to South Africa and in 1899 he was appointed war correspondant for South Africa during the Boer War.

  6. During the early twentieth century, Horace Nicholls (1867-1941) was one of Britains best known photographers. After working as a portrait photographer in Chile and Windsor, Nicholls moved to South Africa where he photographed the 2nd Anglo-Boer War.

  7. 2 de jul. de 2019 · As Official Photographer of Great Britain during World War I, Horace Nicholls was commissioned to make a record of the war at home: the great munitions factories and shipyards, training camps, new recruits and soldiers on leave.