In Epinal, the long tradition of picture making, producing images that
were then sold by peddlers, has survived to this day.
It now benefits from the creativity of new illustrators whose work is a
worthy successor to that of Rabier, Job and Galco, the artists who made famous
an activity first launched in the late 18th century by Jean-Charles Pellerin.
Discover how stencilling is used to produce pictures at the Imagerie
which now stands adjacent to a Museum of Images.
Together, they form part of the appropriately-named CitÃ© de lâ€™Image.