Studios throughout Britain
Andrew Taylor and George Taylor
created a chain of studios in about 70 towns and Cities throughout Britain. Both
A&G Taylor, and Brownes Barnes & Bell, claimed to be
Largest Photographer in the World”
A&G Taylor were
Photographers to the Queen.
Royal Warrant was granted in 1886.
studios in London in 1864 or possibly 1866. By 1878, the year they opened the Edinburgh studio at 63 Princes Street, they also had studios in:
The following year, the company opened studios in:
The company exhibited two photographs at the 1890 EPS Exhibition.
Their Edinburgh studio
remained at 63 Princes Street until 1910, the year before George Taylor died. In 1911, 63 Princes Street became the premises of
Durie, Brown & Co
Stationery & Fountain Pen Depôt".
the back of their cabinet prints, they advertised:
in Platinotype, Bromide and Carbon"