Jacques Henri Lartigue is one of art's greatest amateur artists. Lartigue was famously discovered in his late 60's, when he was given an exhibition at MoMA. This collection marks the first time his color photography has been made available, and represents the work he completed in the 1940s. It captures the French countryside, the women in his life, and a few of his famous friends, including Picasso and Fellini.
By Martine D'Astier