Gérard Rondeau, French photographer, Died at 63


Gérard Rondeau was born in 1953, and died in 2016.

He was a French photographer.

Rondeau took photographs of World War II battlefields in his native Marne, the Reims cathedral, and black-and-white portraits of celebrities and authors.

Rondeau’s photography was exhibited both in France and internationally.

Gerard was the recipient of an award for his work.

Rondeau illustrated over 20 non-fiction books.

He has taken photographs of the Reims cathedral and battlefields from World War I in his native Marne.

Gérard was best known for his black and white portraits of celebrities and authors.

For many years, he took photographs of Iggy Pop, Clint Eastwood, Peter Falk, Christian Louboutin, Serge Reggiani, Christian Lacroix, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Géraldine Chaplin, Isabella Rossellini, Paul Bowles, Alain Bashung, Pierre Soulages, Jacques Derrida, Jim Jarmusch, etc.

He lived near Trélou-sur-Marne in Aisne, Picardy, France.

He died at the Henri Mondor Hospital in Créteil, France.

Gérard Rondeau passed away at 63 years old.