Circa 1946 photograph by William McKissack Chapman, first correspondent for Time magazine sent to Paris after WWII. He was specifically sent to cover the art scene. While there, Chapman and his wife became friends with many French modernists.
Print measures 7 x 9 inches. Represented here, l to r, are Raoul Dufy, Mrs. Chapman (shadowed), Mary Meerson (Parisian cafe personality), Henri Matisse, Andre Derain, Georges Rouault. The photo is a quick snapshot, taken with flash and a bit out of focus. This is a print of the period, not a later reprint.
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