Eugène Atget famously created a business supplying stock photography, mainly taken on the streets of Paris. Only after his death did he gain a reputation as an art photographer. That reputation appears to rank higher than ever today, evidenced by the confidence of the J. Paul Getty Museum in acquiring, restoring, preserving, rendering & disseminating the prints.
|Vieille Cour, 22 rue Quincampoix|
|Saint Julien le Pauvre|
|Versailles - Brothel|
|Café rue des Blancs Manteaux|
|Au Petit Bacchus, rue Saint Louis en l'Ile|
|Au Petit Bacchus|