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Mudd began photographing as an amateur in the early 1850s. He joined the Manchester Photographic Society at its inception in 1855. In 1857 Mudd and his brother Robert opened a photographic studio in Manchester. Robert left the business in 1860, at which time James S. Platt joined Mudd as a partner until 1864. Mudd mainly photographed landscapes and industrial views and locomotives.
British, English
Artist, Photographer
James Mudd
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