Having been the subject of an exhibition last September in Washington, Charles Marville, the photographer of 19th century Paris, is moving to New York. One hundred black-and-white photographs, many of which are on loan from the Musée Carnavalet, the Musée d’Orsay and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, will be on display at the Metropolitan Museum through May 4, 2014. An engraver by trade, he turned to photography in 1850.
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