Harold Cazneaux (1878-1953), an Australian photographer, was born in Wellington, New Zealand. He was a visionary whose style had an indelible influence on the development of Australian photographic culture.
Cazneaux was a member of the Pictorialist Sydney Camera Circle when it was founded in 1916. Cazneaux’s ability to contribute to the debate about photography of his time was unwavering as he participated in national and international exhibitions regularly. He was credited for some of the most iconic photographs of the early twentieth century.
These incredible photographs are part of Cazneaux’s work, which recorded daily life in Australia between the 1900s and the 1930s.