Snapshots from Paris Photo, Part 3

Another exhibition on view during the fair was Primitifs de la photographie. Le calotype en France (1843 – 1860) at the Bibliothèque nationale de France (here). A selection of snapshots can be found below, with artist information underneath. Apparently, the Adalbert Cuvelier prints were particularly outstanding.

Adalbert Cuvelier

Adalbert Cuvelier

Adalbert Cuvelier
Adalbert Cuvelier
Édouard Baldus
Édouard Baldus

Henri Courmont

Eugene Cuvelier

JB Greene

Gustave Le Gray
FE Le Dien
Henri Le Secq

Henri Victor Regnault
Henri Victor Regnault
Louis Vignes

As an aside, while our dedicated correspondent was also eager to take pictures at the Kertész show at the Jeu de Paume (here), the “No Photography” police unfortunately cramped his style.

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