SANDHAM Henry

SANDHAM Henry

Born 24 May 1842 in Montréal.

This photographer, book and magazine illustrator and painter, apprenticed with the famous Montréal photographer William Notman. In 1878 he won a silver medal at the universal exposition in Paris France for his composite photograph of the Montréal Snow Shoe Club. In 1880 he was made a member of the Royal Canadian Academy. He moved to Boston U.S.A. and did illustrations for Scribner’s Century and Harper’s magazine. He moved to England in 1901 where he continued to illustrate and paint.

Died 21 June 1910 in London England.

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Content history:

A Picture History of Canada. Writ., Jessie McEwen & Kathleen Moore. Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd. No date:
30: Defense Of The Long Sault.

38: “My Guns Will Give My Answer” – Frontenac 1690.

48: The Capture Of Quebec.

52: Landing Of The Loyalists 1783.