Le Monde illustré

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Le Monde illustré was a leading 19th-century illustrated newsmagazine in France. It was in many ways similar to its contemporary English-language newsmagazine, the Illustrated London News.

Many of the highly realistic prints published in the medium of wood-engraving were actually made from photographs, at a time when photographic reproduction in print was not technically feasible until the late nineteenth century. Among its artists was Hector Giacomelli.

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