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Jacques-Henri Lartigue

(1894-1986), French photographer and painter

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
French photographer and painter. Studied art and painting at the Académie Julien. Although Lartigue first took up photography in the early 1900s and recorded the century, his work was largely unknown until it was celebrated by a one-man show in the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1963. Best known for his retrospective book Diary of a Century (1970).

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Photographers at Cap D'Antibes, by John Swannell - NPG x134401

Photographers at Cap D'Antibes

by John Swannell
archival digital print, 1977
NPG x134401

Jacques-Henri Lartigue, by John Swannell - NPG x87602

Jacques-Henri Lartigue

by John Swannell
Iris print, 1977
NPG x87602

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Jacques-Henri Lartigue

by Bill Brandt
bromide print on card mount, 1974
NPG x22439

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Jacques-Henri Lartigue

by John Swannell
bromide print, 1977
NPG x35968

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