This London-based gallery is offering a historic walk through France with pictures of Churches and Cathedrals taken during the early days of photography. This pictures of gothic architecture dating back to the middle of the 19th century are the main focus of works by such artists as Edouard Baldus, Edmond Bacot, Hippolyte Bayard, the Bisson brothers, Gustave Le Gray, Ange Mailand, Pierre Manguin, Charles Nègre or Emile Pecarrere. In addition to these high quality antique prints, the James Hyman Photography is also presenting masterpieces by: Atget, Strand, Weston or the widely acclaimed Francesca Woodman, who committed suicide at 21. The Notre Dame gargoyles will undoubtedly be watching over stand 311.
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