With a Preface by Michel Racine.

From the pink-granite coast to the gardens of the castle of Versailles, from Provençal villages nestling at the foot of mountains to the white cliffs of Étretat, from small Corsican ports to the fields of Burgundy, Antoine Gonin searched high and low, and waited for the perfect light – at dawn or dusk, under stormy skies or a blazing hot sun. It is with infinite sensitivity that he portrays the infinite treasures of the French landscape. The images that make up this book – the fruit of his patience, curiosity and attentive eye – will make everyone want to discover France’s architectural and natural heritage.

  • Collection : Hors collection
  • Publication Date : 13/10/2008
  • 35 x 27 cm, Relié (cousu), 208 pages
  • Price : 40,00 EUR
  • ean : 9782851072405

About the artist

Born in France in 1951, Antoine Gonin’s black-and-white photos feature the marks that human activities leave on the (...)

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