Still-life by Yvonne Gregory

Yvonne Gregory (1889-1970) :: Still Life (ca. 1926) by Yvonne Gregory (London) . From Photograms of the Year 1926, the annual publication of pictorial photography. | src eBay

Grief (nude study), 1930s

Rosalind Maingot (1894-1957) :: Nude study titled Grief, 1930s. Photograms of the Year 1940. | src eBay
Rosalind Maingot (b. Beddome) :: Nude study titled “Grief”, 1930s. Photograms of the Year 1940, the annual publication of pictorial photography. Plate XXXII, full page. | src eBay

«All Nature is but Art», 1929

Ismay Taylor :: «All Nature is but Art», 1929. Plate XXIII, from Photograms of the Year 1929. | src eBay
Ismay Taylor :: «All Nature is but Art», 1929. Plate XXIII, from Photograms of the Year 1929. (Full page) | src eBay

The Casket, ca. 1915

Angus Basil :: The Casket. From: Photograms of the year 1915, plate XXIII. | src internet archive
Angus Basil :: The Casket. From: Photograms of the year 1915, plate XXIII. [Full page] | src internet archive

Play, 1950 by H.C. Newton

Henry Christopher Newton (1906-1969) :: “Play”, 1950. Halftone print. From Photograms of the Year 1950. | src eBay
Henry Christopher Newton (1906-1969) :: “Play”, 1950. Halftone print. From Photograms of the Year 1950. (full page) | src eBay

Just another Day, 1936

Ismay Taylor :: “Just Another Day”, 1936. Plate II. Halftone print from Photograms of the Year 1936. | src eBay
Ismay Taylor :: “Just Another Day”, 1936. Plate II. Halftone print from Photograms of the Year 1936. [full page] | src eBay

Sun Bath, 1940

Forman Hanna :: Sun Bath, 1940. Halftone print from Photograms of the Year 1940, the annual publication of pictorial photography. | src eBay
Forman Hanna :: “Sun Bath”, 1940. Halftone print from Photograms of the Year 1940, the annual publication of pictorial photography. Plate XL, full page. | src eBay

The Moon Maiden, 1933

Forman Hanna :: The Moon Maiden, 1933, halftone print from Photograms of the Year 1933, the annual publication of pictorial photography. | src eBay
Forman Hanna :: The Moon Maiden, 1933, halftone print from Photograms of the Year 1933, the annual publication of pictorial photography. Full page. | src eBay

Eyes of Youth by Rosalind Maingot

Rosalind Maingot (née Rosalind Beddome, 1894-1957) :: Eyes of Youth, ca. 1945. Halftone print. From: Photograms of the Year 1945. | src eBay
Rosalind Maingot :: Eyes of Youth, ca. 1945. Halftone print. | src eBay
Rosalind Beddome was born 1894 in Brisbane, Australia.  After a successful career as an actress she studied at the London School of Photography and married surgeon Rodney Maingot. The influences of her previous career can be seen in her theatrically posed, expressive photographs of portraits, figure studies and flowers. In 1932 she was made a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and in 1933 had a one woman show at the Camera Club. Her work was published in the Sketch between 1933 and 1946. Later she worked alongside her husband as a medical photographer and helped set up the Royal Photographic Society’s Medical group. In 1947 she went on a lecture tour in America where she socialized with American photographers including Mildred Hatry her account of which was published in the RPS Journal Feb. 1948 “A woman photographer visits America”. She died in 1957 in London. quoted from source

The Silk Scarf (Nude study), 1933

Rosalind Maingot (1894-1957) :: «The Silk Scarf» (Nude study), ca. 1933. From: Photograms of the Year 1933, the annual publication of pictorial photography. Plate VI. | src eBay
Rosalind Maingot (1894-1957) :: «The Silk Scarf» (Nude study), ca. 1933. Rosalind Maingot [FRPS] came into her photography career after a successful career as an actress. Born in Australia, Maingot studied at the London School of Photography after marrying a surgeon and settling in London. Her work includes figure studies, still lifes and flowers, but throughout her photographs of women, influences from her previous acting career can be seen both in terms of pose and emotion. The Camera Club Archive holds several works by Maingot, including some of her beautiful costume studies.
She later became a successful medical photographer, working alongside her husband, and was one of the key people involved in setting up the Royal Photographic Society’s Medical group.
She was one of the greatest of contemporary portrait photographers and one of the few women to be made a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain. | quoted from src eBay