Premières couleurs de Paris - 100 photographies autochromes 1908-1930

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At the beginning of the 20th century, the Lumière brothers developed the first color photography process. From the autochromes revolution, there remains a harvest of plates revealing a world that we are more used to seeing in black and white. But the colors are everywhere in Paris 1900, colonizing the facades and animating the streets. A century later, reality seems to take precedence over fiction to transport us into a dreamlike setting - as in the cinema!

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