Caroline Emily Nevill
|Caroline Emily Nevill|
Lady Caroline Emily Nevill by Camille Silvy
|Died||1887 (aged 57–58)|
Lady Caroline Emily Nevill (1829–1887) was an early British photographer. The daughter of William Nevill, 4th Earl of Abergavenny, she and her sisters Henrietta (1830–1912) and Isabel (1831–1915) were together known as "The Trio" when they exhibited at the London Photographic Society in 1854.
Lady Caroline was a pioneering member of the Photographic Exchange Club (founded 1855) contributing architectural views of Kent from 1855 to 1858. From 1859, she also contributed to the Amateur Photographic Association.
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