The French art-auction website Artprecium is currently proposing the third edition of their annual sale entitled Cinema Photographs for All. The sale takes place until April 19th and is directed by French photography expert Christophe Gœury. A public exhibition is also held at Artprecium, 17 rue de la Grange Batelière in the 9th arrondissement of Paris.
The exhibition and sale brings together clichés of historical films (20 000 feet under the seas of Stuart Paton, realized in 1916); portraits of actors and actresses, such as those of Marie Dubois, Marcel Herrand, Jean Marais; filming photographs (Métropolis in 1927, Nana by Jean Renoir in 1976 or Moby Dick by Grégory Peck in 1954). The sale brings together all the great clichés, shooting photographs, portraits of world and French cinema.
In total, it is nearly 400 lots offered to the public, for very affordable prices (some prints are less than 100 euros). Books and caricatures complete the auction.