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Richard England

Professor Richard England, born in 1937, is still active in photography to this day after having started in the 1950s with a Rolleiflex he inherited from his father, before moving to a Leica M3 double stroke in 1954. Gaining worldwide renown as a prominent architect and the doyen of Maltese architecture, few know he has a vast portfolio of photographic work, in keeping with his multi-faceted aspect as an artist in sculpture, painting, poetry, music and photography. He has produced close to 40 books, and his book “Walls of Malta” is widely considered to be the first high level black and white photography publication in Malta, in 1971. This collection is under copyright in its entirety.