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Brassäi (1899–1984) French photographer and painter, b. Hungary as Guyla Halasz. Arriving in Paris in 1923, he worked as a journalist and painter, associating with Picasso and Dali. In 1930 Brassäi turned to photography, concentrating on pictures of Parisian nightlife and portraits, the latter being remarkable for their static quality.
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