The major artistic patrimony surrounding a particular curve in the Seine River, between Mantes and Vernon, inspires the desire to revisit these landscapes through photography. Nature has been preserved along the river between these two cities, spared from the industrialization in both directions, towards both Paris and Rouen. It is with this documentary vision, and the feeling that no photographer had yet to methodically capture this portion of the river, that Jean-Pierre Gilson decided to fill this gap.
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