Robert Doisneau

« Quello che io cercavo di mostrare era un mondo dove mi sarei sentito bene, dove le persone sarebbero state gentili, dove avrei trovato la tenerezza che speravo di ricevere. Le mie foto erano come una prova che questo mondo può esistere. »
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Un ombrello per due

(Learn how to play the cello) A man on the sidewalk in rainy Paris. The man uses his umbrella to protect his cello case. This is the famous cellist Maurice Baquet. The image was taken by photographer Robert Doisneau in

Robert Doisneau & Picasso  "Le pains de Picasso", 1952.

'Les petits pains de Picasso, Robert Doisneau ~ Picasso, Pablo Spanish painter, sculptor, and graphic artist; resident in France from

Robert Doisneau

Le Remorqueur du Champ de Mars (Tug on the Champ de Mars), by Robert Doisneau 1943

"Bacio davanti all'hotel De Ville", 1950.

Are These the World's "Luckiest" Photos?

Robert Doisneau: Le baiser de L’Hôtel de Ville, Paris (also known as “The Kiss”), 1950 “ There is scarcely a photograph of our times that has achieved the popularity of Robert Doisneau’s The Kiss in.

Tre uomini

what a great photo.little boys who imitate men.a very important observation in life.your little man is always watching you.

Il gatto e la colomba

"L'enfant, le chat et la colombe" (Child, cat and dove), 1964 - Photo by Robert Doisneau


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