Alfred D. Kissack Photograph

Alfred D. Kissack Photograph


University Photograph.
Large studio photograph in a wonderful tan leather frame. The studio photograph, full length, is of a standing young man/schoolboy, his arms folded, wearing pale short sleeved sports vest with white trousers and shoes, subject unknown. He is stood with a wooden panelled background and the photo is signed 'A.D.Kissack, Eton'. Alfred D. Kissack was a photographer based at 130 High Street, Eton, Windsor from around 1899 until 1915.

Lanhydrock House (National Trust), Bodmin, Cornwall (Accredited Museum) has a brown/dark purple leather photograph album with heavy brass clasp containing photographs of Eton school boys in a very similar pose. The photos in the album are half length but the sitters have their arms folded, wear the same tops and are also by A. D. Kissack.


Height 61 cm / 24 "
Width 44.5 cm / 17 "
Framed height 69.5 cm / 27 "
Framed width 53.5 cm / 21 14"

C. 1900

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