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Contemporaries called Daguerre’s Paris a “city of the dead,” since the only human presence registered in images like [...] was that of a man who stood still long enough for his shoes to be shined and, coincidentally, for his picture to be taken.
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Boulevard du Temple

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Contemporaries called Daguerre’s Paris a “city of the dead,” since the only human presence registered in images like [...] was that of a man who stood still long enough for his shoes to be shined and, coincidentally, for his picture to be taken.
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Contemporaries called Daguerre’s Paris a “city of the dead,” since the only human presence registered in images like [...] was that of a man who stood still long enough for his shoes to be shined and, coincidentally, for his picture to be taken.
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Boulevard du Temple
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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.

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owner: mmartin046 - (no access) - H. H. Arnason, Elizabeth C. Mansfield-History of Modern Art-Pearson (2012).pdf, p35

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