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Antonin Personnaz. Woman in a field of flowers. 1906.

Antonin Personnaz. Young girl hoisting a hay bale. Early 1900.

Antonin Personnaz. Fields of poppies. Early 1900.

Antonin Personnaz. The monk in the fog. 1915.

Antonin Personnaz (1855-1936) French photographer. He met several Impressionist artists such as Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Sisley and Toulouse-Lautrec Alfres, which began collezionere their works. With the advent of the autochrome process in 1907, so Personnaz became interested in photography in color. The influence of Monet photographer determined on a certain poetic sensibility in his autochromes. In 1886 it became part of the French Society of Photography. Over the coming years he wrote several articles on the technique of autochrome and the relationship between painting and photography.