Amateurs and anonymous photographers from the 19th and 20th century. Since its creation, the gallery Lumiière des Roses has explored the rich and very large field of anonymous photography that the eye indifferent to the signature will recognize for its own value
for its freedom, its evocative power or any other reason that doest not need to be named.
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