Roger Schall was a French interwar photographer who excelled in the photo essay, fashion, illustration, portraits and nudes. A master of lighting and framing, Schall contributed to the magazines Vu, Vogue, L’Illustration,Life and Paris Match. In 1936, he condemned Germans hypnotized by Nazi rhetoric. With Annie Boulat of COSMOSgalerie, we decided to showcase a more glamorous side of Schall’s body of work.
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