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Carjat, Paris, Emile Auguste Nélaton,

French physician and surgeon, 1865

Year: Circa 1865

Albumen print, Business Card
Format (cm): 6.5x10.5
Price :
  € 120

Étienne Carjat, born in Fareins (Ain) on March 28, 1828 and died in Paris (10th arrondissement) on March 8, 1906, is a French photographer, journalist, caricaturist and poet.

 

He learned the trade from Pierre Petit and set up his first workshop at number 56 rue Laffitte in Paris Halfway from Baudelaire, with Nadar, he was the main photographer of characters for the arts, politics and entertainment between 1860 and 1890.

 

One of his most famous photographs is a portrait of Arthur Rimbaud, taken in October 1871.

Carjat, Paris, Emile Auguste Nélaton,

French physician and surgeon, 1865

Year: Circa 1865

Albumen print, Business Card
Format (cm): 6.5x10.5
Price :
  € 120

Étienne Carjat, born in Fareins (Ain) on March 28, 1828 and died in Paris (10th arrondissement) on March 8, 1906, is a French photographer, journalist, caricaturist and poet.

 

He learned the trade from Pierre Petit and set up his first workshop at number 56 rue Laffitte in Paris Halfway from Baudelaire, with Nadar, he was the main photographer of characters for the arts, politics and entertainment between 1860 and 1890.

 

One of his most famous photographs is a portrait of Arthur Rimbaud, taken in October 1871.

Carjat, Paris, Emile Auguste Nélaton,

French physician and surgeon, 1865

Year: Circa 1865

Albumen print, Business Card
Format (cm): 6.5x10.5
Price :
  € 120

Étienne Carjat, born in Fareins (Ain) on March 28, 1828 and died in Paris (10th arrondissement) on March 8, 1906, is a French photographer, journalist, caricaturist and poet.

 

He learned the trade from Pierre Petit and set up his first workshop at number 56 rue Laffitte in Paris Halfway from Baudelaire, with Nadar, he was the main photographer of characters for the arts, politics and entertainment between 1860 and 1890.

 

One of his most famous photographs is a portrait of Arthur Rimbaud, taken in October 1871.

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