Eugene Atget - French photographer noted for his photographs documenting the architecture and street scenes of Paris. He was an inspiration for the surrealists and other artists of his day. His genius as a photographer only gained attention thirty years after his death.

Eugene Atget - French photographer noted for his photographs documenting the architecture and street scenes of Paris. He was an inspiration for the surrealists and other artists of his day. His genius as a photographer only gained attention thirty years after his death.

I find it interesting how the street is deserted, but that doesn't make the photo creepy, it just makes it more simple.

Rue des Ursins, 1900

"Eugène Atget" Fotografía por: Berenice Abbott - París, 1927 Descubierto para la historia de este medio por el movimiento surrealist...

Eugene Atget, one of our favorite photographers is on display at MoMA!

Le Paris de 1900 par Atget

Una de las mejores formas de aprender fotografía es, justamente, devorando fotografías y fijándonos mucho en el trabajo de los mejores fotógraf...

Eugene Atget - Cabaret L'enfer

Exposición de Eugène Atget en la Fundación Mapfre

Le Café de L Enfer (El café del Infierno) fue un bar-restaurante parisino ubicado en Montmartre, el barrio de moda entre los bohemios franceses del siglo XIX. Se inaguró a finales de dicho siglo y funcionó hasta mitad del siglo XX...

Eugène Atget. “Flying buttresses of the Church of Saint-Séverin, view taken from the roof”. 1903. Paris, France.

Eugène Atget. “Flying buttresses of the Church of Saint-Séverin, view taken from the roof”. 1903. Paris, France.

EUGENE ATGET: His project, Old Paris begun around 1897 and ending in the 20s focused on the disappearance of the 19th century’s architectural dream realm as the city was swept by modernization schemes.

EUGENE ATGET: His project, Old Paris begun around 1897 and ending in the 20s focused on the disappearance of the 19th century’s architectural dream realm as the city was swept by modernization schemes.

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