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Paris

Author: Robert Doisneau; Deke Dusinberre
Publisher: Paris : Flammarion : Distributed in North America by Rizzoli Int., 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Robert Diosneau's black-and-white photographs immortalize the magic of Paris. The photographer was profoundly fascinated by his city; its combination of dreamy nostalgia and teeming modernity provided him with a kaleidoscopic backdrop for his compositions. Doisneau possessed an uncanny ability to capture poetry in ordinary moments - from a woman walking her dog in style, to a gaggle of schoolchildren crossing the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bildband
Pictorial works
Photography, Artistic
Catalogues
Ouvrages illustrés
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Doisneau, Robert.
Paris.
Paris : Flammarion : Distributed in North America by Rizzoli Int., 2005
(OCoLC)629819435
Named Person: Doisneau, Robert <1912-1994> - Catalogues.; Robert Doisneau; Robert Doisneau
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Doisneau; Deke Dusinberre
ISBN: 2080304917 9782080304919
OCLC Number: 65177253
Description: 393 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 32 cm
Contents: Paris by surprise: parks and gardens, pedestrian ballet, urban flirtation, bistros --
Paris in upheaval: occupation, resistance, liberation, demonstrations --
Paris for Parisians: Les halles, everyday Parisians, a home for tenants, a few tenants more, Paris-by-the-Seine --
Paris at play: fairs, cabarets and nightclubs, society, fashion --
Paris in concrete.
Other Titles: Robert Doisneau Paris
Responsibility: Robert Doisneau ; [translated from the French by Deke Dusinberre].
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"Robert Diosneau's black-and-white photographs immortalize the magic of Paris. The photographer was profoundly fascinated by his city; its combination of dreamy nostalgia and teeming modernity provided him with a kaleidoscopic backdrop for his compositions. Doisneau possessed an uncanny ability to capture poetry in ordinary moments - from a woman walking her dog in style, to a gaggle of schoolchildren crossing the street, to the famous kiss in front of the Hotel de Ville - and it was this eye for humor and poignancy that infused his work with enduring popular appeal." "The 560 photographs in this volume - many of which appear in print for the first time - are accompanied by a collection of witty and revealing quotations from the photographer's personal notebooks."--book jacket.

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