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Cartago, 1992 - Photography - 128 pages
Robert Doisneau's photography is widely known for its gentleness and humanity. For many, his Kiss at the Hotel de Ville sums up all the romance and allure of Paris and the French.This book was the first to survey the whole range of Doisneau's photography, from 1929 to 1992, placing it within the context of his time, and examining how his distinctive perspective has produced an extraordinary range of outstanding images.Based on research by Peter Hamilton, the book offers both an indispensable introduction to Doisneau's photography, and an unforgettable selection of his pictures. Previously available.

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Possessed a career that spanned six decades

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