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Paul Boyer (photographer)

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Paul Boyer (1861–1952) was a French photographer. He was born in Toulon (Var), on September 28, 1861. He is the son of Charles Boyer, architect, and of Séraphine Grec.[1]

A student from École des Beaux-Arts (Paris), he invented the use of magnesium for the flash-lamp in photography, and got the gold medal at the 1889 exhibition. He also participated at the Moscow exhibition. He was nominated Knight of the Legion of Honor on December 30, 1891. At the Exposition Universelle of 1900, he was a member of the awarding jury. He was also decorated of officer des Palmes Académiques, officer of Nichan Iftikhar, officer of Lion and Sun. He had a studio at 35 boulevard des Capucines in Paris.[2] He made numerous portraits of actors, actresses, and other personalities of his time, often published on postcards.

He died in 1952.[3]

Gallery

Pictures by Paul Boyer:

  • Jane Hading, French actress
    Jane Hading, French actress
  • Raphaël Duflos, French actor, from the Comédie-Française
    Raphaël Duflos, French actor, from the Comédie-Française
  • Marguerite Carré, French soprano
    Marguerite Carré, French soprano
  • Jean Coquelin, French actor
    Jean Coquelin, French actor
  • Berka
    Berka
  • Paulette del Baye, French actress, from Les Modes
    Paulette del Baye, French actress, from Les Modes

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