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"The British photographer Rip Hopkins, through chance meetings in the country of nobility, offers us an incredible « tableau de chasse » (French expression meaning « hunter's tally ») of 96 portraits.
The Belgian historian Olivier de Trazegnies, wanders through the paradoxes of Belgian aristocracy.
The French author Pauline de La Boulaye, like an entomologist pinning a butterfly, examines the images aristocracy."
240 pages - Hardcover
Format 25 x 34 cm
New - Mint condition
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