|Charles Victor Hugo was the second son of Victor Hugo and his wife, Adèle Foucher.
During the first half of the 1850’s, he was initiated into photography by Edmond Auguste Alfred Bacot, himself a pupil of Daguerre and Delaroche. He worked mostly with paper negatives. His projected book, Jersey et les îles de la Manche, illustrated with photographs, was never published.
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