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Ariege, Canton, France in Europe

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Book Shop & Carved Arcade Rafters, Maison des Consuls, Mirepoix, Ariege, Pyrenees, France Featured Ariege Image

Book Shop & Carved Arcade Rafters, Maison des Consuls, Mirepoix, Ariege, Pyrenees, France

© Doug Pearson / AWL Images Ltd

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Mirepoix town hall (Mairie) half-timbered building on Place de Couverts in bastide Featured Ariege Image

Mirepoix town hall (Mairie) half-timbered building on Place de Couverts in bastide

Mirepoix town hall (Mairie) half-timbered building on Place de Couverts in bastide town of Mirepoix, AriA?ge, Midi-PyrA©nA©es, France

© Jason Langley / AWL Images

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Dolmen, Cap del Puetch, Ariege, France, c. 1865-1869. Creator: Arthur A. Taylor (French Featured Ariege Image

Dolmen, Cap del Puetch, Ariege, France, c. 1865-1869. Creator: Arthur A. Taylor (French

Dolmen, Cap del Puetch, Ariege, France, c. 1865-1869. A British-born photographer, Taylor lived in Marseille and became a member of the Societe Francaise de Photographie in 1860. Taking photographs in city parks and the surrounding countryside, as well as in Ariege and Seine-et-Oise, he often worked with the establishment G. Arosa et Cie in Saint-Cloud to produce his ink-based prints made from photographs according to the publisher's unique process. This print is likely made from a shellac base, for Taylor wrote several articles for British and American photographic journals on a shellac printing process in 1866 and 1867. After printing, the images would be mounted onto a heavy card stock and sold to be collected in albums. Here, the subject, a dolmen, or Neolithic tomb, reflects 19th-century interest in distant history and early monuments

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