Paris earned the enduring nickname ''la ville lumi're'' during the second half of the 19th century, when gas lamps gradually began to light up the city's dark medieval streets. Authors, composers, and especially visual artists - painters, photographers, printmakers, and sculptors - thrived in this dazzling milieu. Hardcover, 349 pages.
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