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Collection of Photographs Taken in 1914 Depicts Paris in Color

I recently came across these early color images on the website Retronaut and was blown away by how beautiful and vibrant they are. I can only imagine how moving they are to view in person, evoking the splendor and storied heritage of Paris in the early 1900's. The collection of photograph, some of which I have attached below, are currently on display in the Albert Kahn Museum in the suburbs of Paris. For those of you lucky enough to get over to Paris in the coming weeks, I highly recommend checking this exhibition out. For the rest of you, accept these as a small consolation:  


To learn more go to the Imaging Resource article: Rare, early color photographs capture life in Paris circa 1914

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