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Na·dar

 (nä-där′) Originally Gaspard-Félix Tournachon. 1820-1910.
French photographer known for his aerial views of Paris and his portraits of figures in the arts, including Édouard Manet and Charles Baudelaire.
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Nadar

(French nadar)
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(Biography) real name Gaspard Félix Tournachon. 1820–1910, French photographer, writer, and caricaturist: noted for his portrait photographs of artists and writers and for taking the first aerial photographs (1858)
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