From The Thanatos Archive The amazing family grave of the French inventor Charles Pigeon, located in Montparnasse Cemetery in Paris, showing a life-sized bronze sculpture of Pigeon lying in bed next to his dying (or already dead) wife.
Christian Berst, Sidney, B r oad way (live); Laura Alcoba du 22 février 2012
Jean Perdrizet, Worker Robot Who Sees Shapes In Star-like Vectoral Planes,
Here Are The Oldest Photos Ever Taken In Boston And They’re Incredible
20. Apparently, Boston has always been a city that attracted cyclists. Here, the French inventor Pierre Lallemant, perches on a penny-farthing in Boston in 1886.
The first photographic image was developed by a French inventor known as Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1827. To find out more about the history of photography please see: http://www.drrobertryandundee.com/history-of-photography
Nicéphore Niépce (born Joseph Niépce) March 1765 – July was a French inventor, most noted as one of the inventors of photography and a pioneer in the field. He developed heliography, a technique used to produce the worlds first known photograph in 1825