Rather than thinking of Zola as a novelist who took pictures, we may instead come to view him as an artist who both wrote and made photographs.
Zola’s photographs demonstrate a remarkable technical ability as well as a sensitivity to the
character and mood of his subjects. The same attention to detail evident in his novels is visible in Zola’s portraits of his son, which were taken around the time of the famous Dreyfus Affair at the end of the 19th century.
A small catalogue featuring texts by Carrie Foulkes and Lindsey Stewart is being published.
Printed and bound by Pelo-Druck Lohner oHG
Paper content: Pakopharm Offset Dünndruck Papier 50g/m2
Paper cover: Olin, Rough, cream, 200g/m2
32 pages, 11 images
15×21 cm, softcover
Editor: Daniel Blau
Authors: Carrie Foulkes, Lindsey Stewart
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