Atget

[ at-zhey; French at-zhe ]
/ ætˈʒeɪ; French ætˈʒɛ /

noun

Jean Eugène-Au·guste [œ-zhen-ohgyst], /œˈʒɛn ˈoʊgüst/, 1856–1927, French photographer, noted for his images of Paris.

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British Dictionary definitions for Atget

Atget
/ (French adʒe) /

noun

(Jean) Eugène Auguste. 1856–1927, French photographer, noted for his pictures of Parisian life
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