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Marville-Gare Montparnasse, France, 19th century

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Marville-Gare Montparnasse, France, 19th century

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Français : La gare Montparnasse après la Commune de Paris

Charles Marville (born Charles François Bossu; 13 March 1813 – 19 October 1879) - French photographer born in Paris was appointed as the official photographer of the city of Paris in the early 1860s. He was one of the first photographers to use albumen printing process, which produced highly detailed and tonally rich prints. He also experimented with salt prints, cyanotype, and platinum prints, 19th-century architecture, and urban landscapes.

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1870 - 1880
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