The Grande Chaumière painting academy, the cafes of the Dome, La Rotonde and La Coupole, the artist studios, the jazz clubs on the Boulevard Edgar Quinet—this is the Montparnasse where Emile Savitry started out as a painter and photographer, spending time with sculptors, painters, poets and musicians, and where Savitry lived his whole life.
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