Born on April 1, 1828, Étienne Carjat was younger than both Nadar and Baudelaire by about eight years.
Political ideas were never far from his mind throughout his life; he was a politically active man who, at the age of twenty, briefly served as a lieutenant in the national guard during the 1848 revolution.
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