Who is Claude Guillaumin? A lover of women? A voyeur? Pygmalion? Probably all three. But in this profession, where one is surrounded by beautiful bodies and faces, who isn’t? One thing separates him from the others, however. It’s the way he tries to find the truth of each one of these “girl-flowers.” Guillaumin doesn’t just want them to look beautiful, he wants to “haunt” them.
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