The only book of the first pictures of Jacques-Henri Lartigue, taken when he was a child and adolescent. Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986) was barely 8 years old when his father offered him his first camera. Quickly, the child began to photograph his exuberant and joyful family life, the beautiful world of Paris, the beginnings of aviation or even hectic car racing. His first shots already testify to his sense of framing, his attraction to movement and speed. Lartigue meticulously documented his life, his photos in written chronicles that he continued for seventy years. This work, bringing together his first photographs,...
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