Book Description

Colour illustrated end-papers; blind-stamped No. '3' to front cover. "3 JOURS EN FRANCE - LA FRANCE VUE PAR 108 GRANDS PHOTOGRAPHES"est un projet qui met en lumière la France à travers les yeux de 108 photographes renommés. Ce documentaire, ou livre photo, explore la diversité et la richesse culturelle, géographique et historique de la France en présentant des photographies captivantes capturées par ces grands artistes de l'image. Chacun de ces photographes a contribué à travers son objectif à créer une mosaïque visuelle de la France, permettant aux spectateurs ou aux lecteurs de voyager à travers le pays en découvrant des images saisissantes, des perspectives uniques et des instantanés de la vie quotidienne. ("3 DAYS IN FRANCE - FRANCE SEEN BY 108 GREAT PHOTOGRAPHERS" is a project that highlights France through the eyes of 108 renowned photographers. This documentary, or photo book, explores the diversity and cultural, geographical and historical richness of France by presenting captivating photographs captured by these great image artists. Each of these photographers contributed through their lens to create a visual mosaic of France, allowing viewers or readers to travel across the country discovering striking images, unique perspectives and snapshots of daily life.) The photographers are listed, with some details, on 11 pages at th rear of the book.
Dealer Notes
First Edition; Small Folio (over 12" -19" tall); Blue titles spine; Dust Jacket un-clipped; This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges.
Author Various
Date 1989
Binding Hardcover (Original White Cloth)
Publisher Editions Nathan; Paris, France
Condition Very Good in Very Good Dustjacket
Pages 223

Price: £25.00

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