Around 1900, photographer Horace Warner took a series of portraits of some of the poorest people in London - creating relaxed, intimate images that gave dignity to his subjects and producing great photography that is without comparison in his era.
Only seen by members of Warner’s family for more than a century, almost all of these breathtaking photographs are published here for the first time.
This unique collection of pictures revolutionises our view of Londoners at the end of the nineteenth century, by bringing them startlingly close and permitting us to look them in the eye.
With an introduction by The Gentle Author
Hardback 160 pages 116mm x 144mm