Sarah Angelina Acland

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Sarah Angelina ("Angie") Acland (26 June 1849 – 2 December 1930) was an English amateur photographer, known for her portraiture and as a pioneer of colour photography. She was credited by her contemporaries with inaugurating colour photography "as a process for the travelling amateur", by virtue of the photographs she took during two visits to Gibraltar in 1903 and 1904.

  • Giles Hudson, Sarah Angelina Acland: First Lady of Colour Photography, Oxford, 2012 [1].