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Paul Boyer

Paris, France, 1861–1908 (Photographer)

Paul Boyer (1861–1908) was a French photographer born in Toulon, France. He studied art at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and is credited with the invention of magnesium for flash-lamp photography. He had a studio at 35, boulevard des Capucines in Paris. He made numerous portraits of actors, actresses, and other personalities of his time, which often were published on postcards.

Paul Boyer Credit Line
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