Contemporaries called Daguerre’s Paris a “city of the dead,” since the only human presence registered in images like Boulevard du Temple was that of a man who stood still long enough for his shoes to be shined and, coincidentally, for his picture to be taken.
If you want to change selection, open document below and click on "Move attachment"
- (no access) - H. H. Arnason, Elizabeth C. Mansfield-History of Modern Art-Pearson (2012).pdf, p35
|status||not read|| ||reprioritisations|
|last reprioritisation on|| ||reading queue position [%]|
|started reading on|| ||finished reading on|