Photographer

Jacques Boyer

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From the beginning of the 20th century until the 1950s, Jacques Boyer (1869-1960), photographer and "scientific promoter" established at 5bis, rue Saint-Paul in Paris, imported, distributed and carried out an important photographic production in the scientific and technical domain (experiments, innovative processes of fabrication, factories & workshops, machines, portraits of scientists). Along with this, he photographed Paris, its daily life, its trades and small crafts for over forty years. Roger-Viollet acquired his photographic archives--more than 35,000 negatives and 6,000 prints--in 1963.

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Roger-Viollet | 755133 | Synchroton (accélérateur de particules) du CERN (Centre Européen de Recherches Nucléaires) de Genève, 1960. | © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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Synchroton (accélérateur de particules) du CERN (Centre Européen de Recherches Nucléaires) de Genève, 1960.

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Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet

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Roger-Viollet | 579144 | Installation de l'éolienne de Bel Horizon, sur la commune de Minerve (Hérault). Turbine Jacobs et dynamo, 1955. | © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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Installation de l'éolienne de Bel Horizon, sur la commune de Minerve (Hérault). Turbine Jacobs et dynamo, 1955.

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Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet

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