|These two photographs were
evidently taken in the same session, probably in India in the 1890s.
The one on the left appeared in Putnam's Monthly in 1907 along with
photographs of Malcolm H. Nicolson, Dunmore House, and Violet Nicolson's
grave in Madras, while the one on the right was used as the frontispiece
to Songs from the Garden of Kama (1908), which was illustrated with
photographs by Mrs. Eardly Wilmot.
||This is the best known photograph of Laurence Hope, taken by
well-known English photographer G. C. Beresford, and used as the
frontispiece to Indian Love / Last Poems (1905). A few
years ago, John Jealous was able to located the original negative as one
of a series of twelve now in the Hulton picture archives in London.
The photograph was probably taken during the Nicolson's stay in London in