Celebrating French portrait master Nadar (April 6, 1820 -  1910), the person responsible for several crucial developments in the  history of photography (including experiments with aerial photography  and artificial lightning - the catacomb photos), but also a friend of  the arts and the brilliant eye behind many, many portraits of writers  and painters in his Paris studio…
Above - Nadar: Revolving Self-Portrait

Celebrating French portrait master Nadar (April 6, 1820 - 1910), the person responsible for several crucial developments in the history of photography (including experiments with aerial photography and artificial lightning - the catacomb photos), but also a friend of the arts and the brilliant eye behind many, many portraits of writers and painters in his Paris studio…

Above - Nadar: Revolving Self-Portrait

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    I just imagine this dude spinning around in a chair.
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