COLLECTION CHRISTOPHEL: AN UNIQUE ICONOGRAPHIC HERITAGE
Because photos remain faithful witnesses to the past and present, because the media are always looking for illustrations, the Christophel Collection has become the French reference image collection for Cinema, Variety, Arts and History.
The Christophel Collection is initially a French collection specialized in cinema, then in fine arts and history. Since 2020 we have been the exclusive representative of the Lecoeuvre Photographic Library ("Lecoeuvre Photothèque"), which in just a few years has become the rightful owner and sole owner of a unique iconographic heritage of varieties at the service of professionals.
In parallel with Cinema, the Collection was enriched in 2015 with new collections on Theatre (Brigitte Enguerand Collection), History, Advertising Posters and Fine Arts (paintings, sculptures, engravings...).
The Collection contains several million images representing more than 200 000 films. We also represent more than 800,000 images of various collections.
The Christophel Collection team is at your disposal to help you in your research and to answer all your questions.
The COLLECTION CHRISTOPHEL is a French collection specialized in cinema (photographs , posters, portraits and shootings of films).
The Collection contains more than seven million images representing more than 200 000 films.
Photographs of movies, shootings, portraits of actors and directors, posters…
The Christophel Collection offers a wide choice of film images from America, Asia and all over Europe.
All captions and keywords include the title of the film, the name of the actors and directors and the year the film was released.
Since a few years the greatest photographers of film sets have joined us, such:
Jean Ber, Patrick Camboulive, Nathalie Eno, Jean-Pierre Fizet, Etienne George, Emilie de la Hosseraye, Moune Jamet, David Koskas, Jean-Marie Leroy, Limot, Victor Rodrigue, Jean-Claude Moireau, George Pierre, Luc Roux, Les Films de mon Oncle (Jacques Tati), Pierre Zucca.
Art & History
HERITAGE IMAGES is a collection of exceptional digital images in high resolution.
It is a carefully selected collection of rare and original photographic documents from a number of recognized sources in France and worldwide. HERITAGE IMAGES currently represents more than 30 cultural and heritage institutions and private collectors.
The content provides a complete coverage of historical and cultural subjects with a very wide range of image types, including paintings, illustrations, engravings, sculptures, photographs, maps, cartoons, illuminated manuscripts and historical documents.
GRANGER - Historical Picture Archive
GRANGER - Historical Picture Archive is a very complete source of images from Prehistory to the present day.
GRANGER's collections include millions of engravings, photographs, lithographs and many other forms of illustrations.
This magnificent collection was founded in 1964 by the Americans Erika and William Glover.
UNIVERSAL IMAGES GROUP
Founded by George Sinclair in 2002.
UNIVERSAL IMAGES GROUP lists, edits and presents photographs, prints, lithographs, paintings, engravings, illustrations.
Each image in these collections has been expertly subtitled and includes keywords with a sophisticated level of preservation metadata.
French Songs / Lecoeuvre Photothèque
In just a few years, LECOEUVRE PHOTOTHEQUE has become the rightful and sole owner of a unique iconographic heritage at the service of professionals.
LECOEUVRE PHOTOTHEQUE now brings together more than a million photographs representing artists and major personalities from the last 80 years. These photos, some of which have become real cult images, have been taken by great photographers, such as Eric Anderson, Jacques Benaroch, Pierre Carrega, Antoine Defossez, Jean-Luc Drion, Félipé, Eric Ferrer, André Florent, Steve Galder, Jacques Gargano, Maria Genty, Mario Gurrieri, Liliane Jame, Frank Leprince, Gilles Lhote, Jacques Marthelot, Gilbert Moreau, Jean-Luc Pariente, Simon & Talisman…
These talented photographers, who are true witnesses of their times, capture an exceptional emotion through their photographs. An indelible trace in the history of song, humour and television.