Presentation of the newspaper Ouest-France Founded by Paul Hutin-Desgrées on August 7, 1944, following the West-Eclair (newspaper created on August 2, 1899), Ouest-France is the leading daily in France. Since its origin, photography has been an integral part of its DNA. It is one of the few newspapers that continues to produce a large part of the visuals published by internal photographers. Ouest-France newspaper photo archive Following the transition to digital photography, Ouest-France began to digitize its photographic archives. This work continues today, the archives being rich with hundreds of thousands of photographs. There are photographs on all types of support, such as glass plates, the quality of which remains intact. An exceptional sale This is the first time that Ouest-France has opened its photographic archives to the general public. The selection proposed for this gallery was made jointly by the teams of the journal Ouest-France and those of ArtPhotoLimited. The selected photos are organized in series, around two axes: - an axis which classifies the photos by theme (history, scenes of life, sea and boats ...) - another axis classifies the photos by city, department or region. All the photos are put on sale in a collection edition, with a quality worthy of the greatest museums. The prints are sold with or without framing. Several types of frames are available: black frame with master key, laminated aluminum drawer and American box (for large prints). The prints are limited to 300 copies per photograph, making it a collector's item. For any questions, do not hesitate to contact us on 05 24 07 80 41 every day from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.