Starting February 18, the gallery Lumière des Roses will present an exhibition entitled La Bretagne de Paul Géniaux.Paul Géniaux, a photographer from Rennes who was born in 1873 and died sometime after 1930, is known for his pictures of artisans and merchants. Beginning in 1893, he collaborated with his brother Charles, editor of Bretagne-Revue. In 1898, Charles and Paul came to Paris, signing their work “Géniaux frères” (Géniaux Bros.).
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