JACQUES-HENRI LARTIGUE


About Jacques-Henri Lartigue

Jacques-Henri Lartigue received his first camera at the age of seven. From that moment in 1901, he began a 70-year recording of the life times of the world around him. His images were relatively unknown until 1962 when a few of his photographs were shown in Paris, resulting, the following year, in a major exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.
Jacques-Henri Lartigue Chou Valton, Plage de la Garoupe, Cap d’Antibes, France, 19321
Jacques-Henri Lartigue Renee sur la route de Paris a Aix-Les-Bains, France, 1931 (Renee on the way to Paris from Aix-Les-Bains, France, 1931)2
Jacques-Henri Lartigue Dani, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, and Renee, Aix-Les-Bains, France, 19303
Jacques-Henri Lartigue Zissou, La Baule, August 19294
Jacques-Henri Lartigue
The Ziegfeld Follies, Monte Carlo Beach, July 19335
Jacques Henri Lartigue
Maud Lallemand, Bandol, June 19336
Jacques Henri Lartigue On the set of the film Les Aventures du roi Pausole, Cap d’Antibes, France, August 19327
Jacques-Henri Lartigue
Florette, Monte Carlo Beach8
Jacques-Henri Lartigue
Zissou, Rouzat, France, 19119