Luxury Design, Past & Present
Vintage print on albumin paper. On the back, incription by Eugène Atget "branche de pommier" and negative number 55. Circa 1900.
Eugène Atget (1857-1927) was a french photographer mostly known for his documentary photographs about Paris. Contrary to the photographic movement of his time which ensured to imitate painting, Eugène Atget focused on framing and images sharpness. Major art institutions like Musée Carnavalet bought many of his photos and he won over a prestigious clientele like George Braque, André Derain or Maurice de Vlaminck.
Image dimensions : 18 x 22
Frame dimensions : 27,5 x 33