Wishing you were in Paris, but not able to take the vacation days or afford the plane ticket? Not to worry. Imagine yourself there by visiting the Howard Greenberg gallery before October 24 to catch a glimpse of quintessential Parisian life at the turn of the century.
French photog and painter Jacques Henri Lartigue's famous French scenes-- fashionable ladies strolling the streets, automobile races and biplanes -- are the familiar cafe-poster cliches we've all seen at one time or another, except Lartigue was the first to capture them on film.
Check out the 50 prints currently on display!