Skip to main content

Photographic Print > Historic Images > Famed Photographers > Henry Taunt Collection (1860-1922)

Henry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection (#3)

Photography company active 1860-1922

163 Photographic Prints

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Bourton Bridge CC57_00572

Bourton Bridge CC57_00572
BOURTON BRIDGE, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. A picturesque Cotswold scene showing the bridge over the river Windrush at a crossing point which has been in use since Roman times

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Mongewell Rectory CC97_02328

Mongewell Rectory CC97_02328
MONGEWELL, Crowmarsh, Oxfordshire. Looking toward the Rectory from the lake, with numerous chimneys and an ivy-covered wing. Photographed in 1900 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Moored boat CC96_00084

Moored boat CC96_00084
RIVER THAMES, Oxfordshire. Boat moored on the river, perhaps near a lock or weir. This picturesque view shows a boat called the Wei-ha-Wei moored in the foreground

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Denton village CC73_01156

Denton village CC73_01156
DENTON, Oxfordshire. A picturesque village scene, showing a pony trap with riders underneath a large old tree. There are cottages in the background. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860 - 1922)

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Little Stoke Ferry CC72_01022

Little Stoke Ferry CC72_01022
CHOLSEY, Oxfordshire. The low flat ferry boat awaits the corn wagons that used to cross the River Thames at this point. There is also a passenger ferry moored alongside to transport people between

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Charlbury CC57_00086

Charlbury CC57_00086
CHARLBURY, Oxfordshire. A street scene showing Thames Street with several local inhabitants, one with a wheelbarrow, standing near the Talbot public house

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Netley Abbey CC56_00897

Netley Abbey CC56_00897
NETLEY ABBEY, Netley, Hampshire. Ivy covering the abbey frames a window in the day room. Founded in the 13th century, Netley is the most complete surviving Cistercian monastery in southern England

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Blenheim Palace Park CC49_00093

Blenheim Palace Park CC49_00093
BLENHEIM PARK, Woodstock, Oxfordshire. An old oak tree standing on the bank of the Great Lake in Blenheim Park. A gentleman is sitting on the semi-circular bench underneath the tree

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Abingdon CC44_00040

Abingdon CC44_00040
ABINGDON, Oxfordshire. A view along East St Helen Street towards St Helens Church. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Lych gate CC97_02858

Lych gate CC97_02858
ST ANDREWS CHURCH, Sonning, Berkshire. The wooden lych gate of the church, built in the Victorian period, with a narrow lane behind. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860 - 1922)

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Sonning Lock CC97_02855

Sonning Lock CC97_02855
SONNING LOCK, Sonning, Berkshire. A view along the tow path in summer looking towards the lock in the distance from below. Sonning Lock is said to be the prettiest on the River Thames

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Thames towpath CC97_02852

Thames towpath CC97_02852
RIVER THAMES near Sonning, Berkshire. A man carrying a couple of baskets stands on the tow path below the lock with the eighteenth century bridge in the distance. Photographed in 1885 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Hodcot Lane, West Ilsley CC97_02719

Hodcot Lane, West Ilsley CC97_02719
HODCOT LANE, West Ilsley, Berkshire. Looking down a rural lane towards the West Ilsley Downs in the distance. Photographed in 1895 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: West Ilsley Downs CC97_02717

West Ilsley Downs CC97_02717
WINDMILL HILL, West Ilsley, Berkshire. Ladies and children walking in the beautiful landscape of the West Ilsley Downs. A meandering path leads the eye on towards the windmill on Windmill Hill

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Tree lined path CC97_02708

Tree lined path CC97_02708
TERRACE GARDEN, West Ilsley House, Berkshire. A pretty pathway lined with trees in the garden of the 18th century manor house. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860 - 1922).Sunken lane

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Norman doorway CC73_00862

Norman doorway CC73_00862
ST LAURENCEs CHURCH, Upton, Slough, Berkshire. Detail view of the restored north Norman doorway. The church dates from the Norman period but had fallen into disrepair by the early 19th century

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Temple Island CC73_00339

Temple Island CC73_00339
TEMPLE ISLAND, Remenham, Berkshire. A view of the River Thames showing the Regatta course, with the temple on Temple Island in the distance

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Windsor Castle CC72_02426

Windsor Castle CC72_02426
WINDSOR CASTLE, Berkshire. A view of the castle from above Romney Lock. Although William the Conqueror had a castle on this site

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Stow-on-the-Wold CC72_01936

Stow-on-the-Wold CC72_01936
STOW-ON-THE-WOLD, Gloucestershire. A composite of nine views of the town with the market place and medieval cross at the centre

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Lower Slaughter CC72_01052

Lower Slaughter CC72_01052
LOWER SLAUGHTER, Gloucestershire. Looking through the village with a small rustic footbridge crossing the River Eye. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Market Place, Fairford CC57_00343

Market Place, Fairford CC57_00343
MARKET PLACE, Fairford, Gloucestershire. A woman in a horse and trap outside a clothiers shop in the picturesque cotswold town. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Netley Abbey CC56_00871

Netley Abbey CC56_00871
NETLEY ABBEY, Hampshire. The arches of the Chapter House in this Cistercian abbey, which were designed to allow people outside the room to hear the discussions being held within

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: St Johns Lock, Lechlade AL0488_004_02

St Johns Lock, Lechlade AL0488_004_02
ST JOHNs LOCK, Lechlade, Gloucestershire. The weir and lock keepers house at St Johns Lock on the River Thames. A man sits on the riverbank and contemplates the reeds

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Southwell Minster CC96_00049

Southwell Minster CC96_00049
SOUTHWELL MINSTER, Nottinghamshire. The interior of the Norman north porch looking toward the elaborate zig-zag five order doorway with a tunnel vaulted roof

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Swan Inn, Newtown Bridge CC73_00564

Swan Inn, Newtown Bridge CC73_00564
SWAN INN, Newtown, Hampshire. Looking towards the inn and bridge beyond with the pool in the foreground. The inn dates from the 16th century

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122

Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122
WORKMAN BRIDGE, Evesham, Worcestershire. A view of the Bridge built in 1866 leading into the town from Bengeworth. Showing the River Avon

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Abbey Park, Evesham CC56_01020

Abbey Park, Evesham CC56_01020
ABBEY PARK, Evesham, Worcestershire. Looking from Workman Gardens across the River Avon towards the Abbey. The Bell Tower was built after 1513 by Abbot Lichfield

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Abbot Reginalds Gate, Evesham CC56_01012

Abbot Reginalds Gate, Evesham CC56_01012
ABBOT REGINALDs GATE, Old Rectory, Evesham, Worcestershire. The Norman Gateway, which links the town and the abbey cemetery, with the timber framed rectory in the foreground

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Cassiobury House CC56_00850

Cassiobury House CC56_00850
CASSIOBURY HOUSE, Cassiobury Park, Watford, Hertfordshire. Looking towards the house from the south east. The Elizabethan mansion which was remodelled by Hugh May in 1675

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Broadway Tower CC56_00795

Broadway Tower CC56_00795
BROADWAY TOWER, Worcestershire. Looking up the hill toward the folly tower built by the Earl of Coventry in 1800, consisting of three round turrets and three canted sides

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Kiftsgate Court CC72_01999

Kiftsgate Court CC72_01999
KIFTSGATE COURT, Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire. A distant view of the house from the road. The origins of the house are late 18th century - it was built for Walwyn Graves (born 1744)

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Cirencester Park CC72_01273

Cirencester Park CC72_01273
CIRENCESTER PARK, Gloucestershire. A couple talk on one of the paths between the Catherdal Firs. The park was laid out between 1715 and 1740, and is a good example of the Forest Style of gardening

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Royal Agricultural College CC57_00023

Royal Agricultural College CC57_00023
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. General view of the main entrance and tower from the tree-lined approach road. Photographed in 1883by Henry Taunt

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Dyer Street, Cirencester BB57_00087

Dyer Street, Cirencester BB57_00087
CIRENCESTER, Gloucestershire. Looking along Dyer Street towards the Market Place in the capital of the Cotswolds. The pedimented doorcase of 3 Dyer Street is in the foreground

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Rivermen at Marlow Bridge, Wycombe CC73_01436

Rivermen at Marlow Bridge, Wycombe CC73_01436
MARLOW, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Workmen loading large logs onto a river barge, using a form of jack. The 19th century suspension bridge over the Thames can be seen in the background

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Marlow Bridge CC73_00786

Marlow Bridge CC73_00786
MARLOW, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. View looking east along the Thames towards the suspension bridge and the parish church. The bridge dates from same period (built between 1829 and 1832)

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: All Saints Church, Marlow CC73_00782

All Saints Church, Marlow CC73_00782
MARLOW, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Looking across the Thames with the bridge and All Saints Church beyond, taken from the Compleat Angler Hotel

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184

Hart Street, Henley CC73_00184
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Oxfordshire. View of St Marys Church, looking down Hart Street towards the distinctive flint and stone chequer patterned church tower with polygonal angle buttresses

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Making a delivery at Moulsford, Oxfordshire CC73_01431

Making a delivery at Moulsford, Oxfordshire CC73_01431
MOULSFORD, Oxfordshire. A man in a smock with a hand-drawn cart piled with cloth meeting a young woman at the gate to a house, called by Taunt smockfrock and skirtie

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Minster Lovell Hall CC57_00582

Minster Lovell Hall CC57_00582
MINSTER LOVELL HALL, Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire. A distant view of the ruined hall, formerly one of the great aristocratic houses of the county near the River Windrush

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Main gate, Botanic Garden, Oxford CC50_00369

Main gate, Botanic Garden, Oxford CC50_00369
BOTANIC GARDEN, High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Looking through the main gate, built in 1632-3 by Nicholas Stone, along a leafy avenue

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: May Day procession in Oxford 1912 BB71_02946

May Day procession in Oxford 1912 BB71_02946
MAGDALEN BRIDGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The Halls Brewery drays at front of the Oxford May Day processions in 1912. The procession has just passed over Magdalen Bridge

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Bishop Kings Palace, St Aldates, Oxford 1920 BB51_01851

Bishop Kings Palace, St Aldates, Oxford 1920 BB51_01851
BISHOP KINGs PALACE, St Aldates, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Looking north along the west side of the street, showing the main range built c.1622-8 by Thomas Smith

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Crossing the pond CC73_01138

Crossing the pond CC73_01138
EWELME, Oxfordshire. A young man with a horse and cart, laden with a barrel, crossing the village pond. Probably the water carrier. Photographed by Henry Taunt sometime between 1860 and 1922

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: The weir keeper CC72_02175

The weir keeper CC72_02175
RADCOT, Oxfordshire. An old weir keeper and fisherman on the River Thames called Harper. He wears corduroy trousers and sturdy boots. Photographed by Henry Taunt around 1900

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: The Temple, Henley CC72_00233

The Temple, Henley CC72_00233
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Oxfordshire. A view of the River Thames showing the Regatta course, with the temple on Temple Island in the distance

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Royal river trip CC68_00047

Royal river trip CC68_00047
GORING, Oxfordshire. Edward, Prince of Wales sitting on the river boat Arethusa, moored along the banks of the River Thames, whilst other members of his party board

Background imageHenry Taunt Collection (1860-1922) Photographic Print Collection: Oxfordshire country gate BB73_00142

Oxfordshire country gate BB73_00142
OPEN BRASENOSE, Horspath, South Oxfordshire. A picturesque view of the Oxfordshire countryside, showing two women standing by a gate. Photographed by Henry Taunt in July 1916



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping