Photographer René Robert passed away in Paris

The Swiss photographer René Robert was a prominent figure in Flemish photography. Source: Reason
The Swiss photographer René Robert was a prominent figure in Flemish photography. Source: Reason

 

The last hours of the photographer Swiss René Robert, 85, were sad since he spent around nine hours on a sidewalk in the streets of Paris after having fallen because no one helped him.

The accident was recorded after the artist went for a walk near the central square of the Republic of Paris.

It turns out that another homeless man who lives near where the events occurred was the one who realized that René Robert was sick, so he decided to call the emergency services.

Unfortunately, when the paramedics arrived at the point where both men were, they realized that there was nothing else to do, because He had stopped breathing because he froze.

 

 

 

 

The career of this famous artist, world-renowned for his portraits of the world of flamenco, He started in the advertising and fashion industry.

The images that Robert captured are characterized by always being black and white. black and be part of the history of flamenco art.

In addition to specializing in these types of portraits, René Robert portrayed celebrities such as Camarón, Paco de Lucía, Agujetas and Aurora Vargas, among others.