L a - b e a u t é - s a u v e r a - l e - m o n d e ~ D o s t o ï e v s k i

L a - b e a u t é - s a u v e r a - l e - m o n d e  ~  D o s t o ï e v s k i



Sunday, February 16, 2020

The curve of light - photographs by Raymond Voinquel


Hommage au Bronzino, 1940.
Circa 1940.
Narcisse - pour le poème de Valéry, 1947.
Gerard Philipe in Le Diable au Corps, 1947.
Jean Marais, 1938.
 Jean Cocteau sur son lit de mort et Vilmos Szécsi, 1963.
Étude de torse, 1940.
L'Ouvrier, 1946.
Serge Reggiani, circa 1945.
Louis Jourdan, 1939.
 Le Dormeur, circa 1945.
Torse d'homme, 1939.
 Le Repos pour Michel Ange, 1942.
Jean Marais, 1938.
Yves Montand in Les Portes de la nuit, 1946. 
Circa 1940s.
1942.
Jean Marais and Edwige Feuillère in L'Aigle à deux têtes, 1948.
Antonin Artaud, 1931.
Jacques Sernas, 1947.
Jacques Sernas, circa 1947.
Jacques Sernas, circa 1947.

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Raymond Voinquel (11 January 1912, Fraize - 15 July 1994, Paris), French photographer. Specializing in portraits and male nudes, he is probably best remembered as the still photographer on upwards of one hundred and sixty films. During a span of more than forty years, beginning in the Thirties, he worked with the likes of Marcel Carné, Jean Cocteau, Yves Allégret, Max Ophüls, Jean-Pierre Melville, Luis Buñuel, Jean Renoir, Marcel L'Herbier, and Alfred Hitchcock.


Self-portrait, 1938.



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