Scott Schuman - better known as The Sartorialist - has emerged over the last few years as the leading photographer of the internet. Since September 2005, on his website thesartorialist.com he has recorded not so much “street fashion” but the moment when men and women with a certain style find themselves in particular time and place and light and capture his attention. The response has been a phenomenon. The site now regularly gets 1.8 million unique visits a month and 12 million page views.
Libby Hall, who has gathered possibly the largest collection of dog photography ever made by any single individual, took me down to the Kennel Club in Mayfair yesterday to show me her trove that she has deposited in the archive there. Libby was complicit with me in my quest. Surrounded by oil paintings of pooches in the heroic style by great masters such as Sir Edwin Landseer, we took Libby’s treasured photographs from their storage boxes, spread them out upon the polished table top and began to look.
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