This book looks back over a large part of Gérard Rondeau’s career and is an invitation to meander and explore the different, sometimes timeless worlds he portrays. The book is like a chronical in which he reveals his very personal interpretation of the city of Reims and its cathedral. He also takes us on a visit through the Champagne region via a series of anonymous portraits produced at the end of the 1980s.
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