Léon Gimpel was one of the major photographers of the Belle Epoque. He collaborated with the renowned French weekly magazine L’Illustration where he firmly imposed his contemporary coverage of the news. His collection of pictures is preserved by the French Society of Photography of which he was a member and which is now a partner of the exhibition in Sete.
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