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Who is Adolphe Braun?
Adolphe Braun was a French photographer, best known for his floral still lifes, Parisian street scenes, and grand Alpine landscapes. One of the most influential French photographers of the 19th century, he used contemporary innovations in photographic reproduction to market his photographs worldwide. In his later years, he used photographic techniques to reproduce famous works of art, which helped advance the field of art history.
- born on (203 years ago) in Besançon
- died on (137 years ago) in Mulhouse
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Adolphe Braun, French (1812–1877). “Still Life of Flowers, ...
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New York, USA Mathew Brady George Eastman House Collection Rochester, New York, USA Adolphe Braun George Eastman House Collection Rochester, New York, USA Anne W. Brigman George Eastman House Collection Rochester, ...
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