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Advertisement for the Lumieres' Cinematographe, 1896.

Duzol

Advertisement for the Lumieres' Cinematographe, 1896.
2 6 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 18cm

Description

Coloured lithograph, signed Duzol. The audience are watching the film, 'L'Arroseur Arrose', in which a mischievous boy steps off a hose-pipe when the gardener examines the nozzle of his hose to see why the water has stopped. Auguste Lumiere (1862-1954) and his brother Louis (1865-1948) invented the 'Cinematographe', in 1895. This was the first machine to project images onto a screen. In the same year, they built the first cinema in Lyons, France, and by December they had succesfully hosted their first show to a paying audience in Paris.

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