There’s a touch of old France at the Hans Kraus stand: the Bisson brothers, two pioneers who were among the first to experiment outside the technical limits of the daguerreotype; landscape and portrait photographer Gustave Le Gray, who took the first official photograph of a French head of state, Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte; Maurice Loewy and Pierre Henri Puiseux, the creators of an atlas of the moon made up of 6,000 images.
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