Lucien Clergue was close to the poet Jean Cocteau, they met in 1956. Today, the famous photographer is involved in the celebration dedicated to the poet for the 50th anniversary of his death. Photographs of the filming of the Testament d’Orphée and documents, drawings, letters and testimonials.
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