Paris’ Grand Palais currently celebrates 120 years since the invention of the Cinématographe, with Lumière! Cinema Invented, an exhibition dedicated to the Lumière Brothers, which will run until June 14, 2015.
Louis and Auguste Lumière were not only genius inventors like their contemporaries, Graham Bell (1847-1922), the father of the telephone and Thomas Edison (1847-1931) who invented the light bulb, but also successful businessmen and true artists.
Sons of Antoine Lumière, a painter and...
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