Definition of Lumière in English:

Lumière

Line breaks: Lu¦mi|ère
Pronunciation: /ˈluːmɪɛː
 
, lymjɛʀ/
Auguste Marie Louis Nicholas ( 1862–1954) and Louis Jean ( 1864–1948), French inventors and pioneers of cinema. In 1895 the brothers patented their ‘Cinématographe’, a cine camera and projector in one. They also invented the improved ‘autochrome’ process of colour photography.

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