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Date of Birth July 13, 1930
Date of Death 11 January 2021
Place of Birth N/A
Profession Photojournalist
Horoscope Cancer

Grace Robertson Biography

Grace Robertson is a famous British photojournalist, who was born on July 13, 1930 in . According to Astrologers, Grace Robertson's zodiac sign is Cancer.

Grace Robertson OBE (13 July 1930 – 11 January 2021) was a British photographer who worked as a photojournalist, and published in Picture Post and Life. Her photographic series, including "Mother's Day Off" (1954) and "Childbirth" (1955), mainly recorded ordinary women in postwar Britain.

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Robertson's work is held in the collections of the National Galleries of Scotland, Science Museum Group, Tate and Victoria and Albert Museum.

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Robertson was born in Manchester, England, in 1930, to the journalist Fyfe Robertson and his wife Elizabeth (Betty; née Muir). Both her parents were born in Scotland, and Robertson described herself as Scottish in a 2010 interview with The Scotsman. After leaving school at 16 she looked after her mother, who had rheumatoid arthritis. She became interested in photography in 1948 and, in 1949, her father gave her a Leica camera.

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In 1951 Robertson had a photo-essay about her younger sister doing her homework published in Picture Post, where her father worked. Another early success was on Chinese artists. Some of her early submissions used the masculine pseudonym "Dick Muir", to avoid using her father's name. Her first commission for Picture Post was in Snowdonia, which resulted in "Sheep Shearing in Wales" (1951). In 1952, she photographed the Bluebell Girls in Italy, and also published "Tate Gallery" (1952).

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At the date she was working, most photojournalists were men, and she was often assigned more feminine stories. Working as a freelancer throughout her career, her best-known series, "Mother's Day Off", documented working-class women from Bermondsey in London, enjoying a day out in Margate, and was published in Picture Post in 1954. The middle-aged to elderly subjects are depicted dancing, drinking and on a fairground ride. She was commissioned to shoot a similar series featuring women from Clapham for Life magazine in 1956. The Scotsman describes both these sets of photographs as "perfectly composed, artifice-free examples of classic reportage". Her series "Childbirth", published in Picture Post in 1955, included photographs of a woman in labour and delivery, considered explicit at the time, and were among the earliest such images to appear in a magazine.

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