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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. On the cover of number 209 is Jules Laforgue.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. First published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. Paul Alexis is featured on the issue of 336, drawn by Luque.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. First published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. Featured on the cover of issue 338 is René François Ghilbert by Luque.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. First published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. Featured on the cover of n°340 is Maurice Barrès.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. On the cover of number 440 is Paul Gauguin.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. First published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. Featured on the cover of number 342 is Henri-François-Joseph de Régnier.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. First published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. Issue number 382 features the portrait of Henry Céard by Luque.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. First published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. Featured on the cover of 390 is Vincent Van Gogh.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. On the cover of number 418 is Stuart Merrill.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. First published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier. Featured on the cover of number 434 is Maurice Maeterlinck.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui

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The collection of Les Hommes D'Aujourd'hui was founded in September 1878 by André Gill and Félicien Champsaur. The journal was first published by Cinqualbre (until 1883), then by Léon Vanier after two years of interruption.

[Journal] Les Hommes d'aujourd'hui