Presenting the works of two photographers of the early 20th century, the Miranda Gallery (Paris) and the Michael Hoppen Gallery (London) pay tribute to the beauty of nature, a theme at the heart of today’s questionnings. Charles Jones (1866-1959, England) was an English gardener who grew fruit, vegetables and garden flowers in a large private estate in Lincolnshire. Jones was also, secretly, a passionate photographer and a talented printer who throughout his life documented his work. His prints were only discovered in 1981 by Sean Sexton, art historian and collector of photographs, who, at a flea market in London, bought...
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