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JEAN-FRANÇOIS MILLET
[1814 – 1875] French artist
Photography 'would never reach perfection till the process could be performed instantaneously, and without the knowledge of the sitter. Only in that way, if at all, could a natural and life-like portrait be obtained. - Jean-François Millet - The painter Jean François Millet to Edward Wheelwright, Barbizon, c. 1856.

A photograph is analogous to a plaster cast taken from life, which is always inferior to a good statue. - Jean-François Millet

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