Manuel Ortiz de Zarate, Henri-Pierre Roché [in uniform], Marie Vassilieff, Max Jacob and Picasso, Blvd. Montparnasse in front of La Rotonde, Paris, 12 Aug. 1916 -by Jean Cocteau
[from a serie of photos taken by Jean Cocteau to illustrate the book of Max Jacob, “Le cornet à dés" (1917)]
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Manuel Ortiz de Zarate, Henri-Pierre Roché [in uniform], Marie Vassilieff, Max Jacob and Picasso, Blvd. Montparnasse in front of La Rotonde, Paris, 12 Aug. 1916 -by Jean Cocteau

[from a serie of photos taken by Jean Cocteau to illustrate the book of Max Jacob, “Le cornet à dés" (1917)]

from RMN

Manuel Ortiz de Zarate, Henri-Pierre Roché [in uniform], Marie Vassilieff, Max Jacob and Picasso, Blvd. Montparnasse in front of La Rotonde, Paris, 12 Aug. 1916 -by Jean Cocteau
[from a serie of photos taken by Jean Cocteau to illustrate the book of Max Jacob, “Le cornet à dés" (1917)]
from RMN

Manuel Ortiz de Zarate, Henri-Pierre Roché [in uniform], Marie Vassilieff, Max Jacob and Picasso, Blvd. Montparnasse in front of La Rotonde, Paris, 12 Aug. 1916 -by Jean Cocteau

[from a serie of photos taken by Jean Cocteau to illustrate the book of Max Jacob, “Le cornet à dés" (1917)]

from RMN

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