Roger SCHALL - the bridge, Sisteron 1929

Roger Schall is a drummer in a Jazz orchestra. The picture ? He learned it with his father Émile Schall, photographer in Paris and in Les Sables d'Olonne. In 1929, he sold his battery to buy a revolutionary camera, the Leica and its new 24 × 36 format. With him, he will travel around France and bring back more than 5000 photos that will never be printed or published, until today. This photograph is one of those first shots.

Each print is made from the original negative and authenticated by Roger Schall's dry stamp in the lower right margin and on the back by a stamp accompanied by the signatures of Roger Schall's son: Jean Frederic Schall and his shooter Thomas Consani.

Date of photograph: 1929

Signature: Photographer's dry stamp, signatures of the shooter and Roger Schall's son

Edition: 15 copies

Condition: New

Format (cm): 30 x 40

Image size (cm): 24 x 36

Silver print on baryta paper

Price: 700 €

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