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Willy Ronis

Willy Ronis

Willy Ronis Usine Lorraine Escaut, 1959

Willy Ronis Usine Lorraine Escaut, 1959

Willy Ronis, Nu aux cerises, 1955.

Willy Ronis, Nu aux cerises, 1955.

Willy Ronis, Nu aux cerises, 1955.

Willy Ronis, Nu aux cerises, 1955.

Willy Ronis, Nu Provençal

Willy Ronis, Nu Provençal

© Willy Ronis, 1949

© Willy Ronis, 1949

Willy Ronis, La Péniche aux enfants, Paris, 1959, printed 1985 [mon paris (paris: denoël, 1985), plate 24]

Willy Ronis, La Péniche aux enfants, Paris, 1959, printed 1985 [mon paris (paris: denoël, 1985), plate 24]

Willy Ronis. Rose Zehner Leading Striking Citroën Workers, Paris     1938

Willy Ronis. Rose Zehner Leading Striking Citroën Workers, Paris 1938

Willy Ronis- Paris ( 1950s)

Willy Ronis- Paris ( 1950s)

Willy Ronis.

Willy Ronis.


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“ Robert Frank, New York, 1947 ”

“ Robert Frank, New York, 1947 ”

Drugstore, Detroit, 1955, © Robert Frank, from The Americans

Robert Frank, _Drug store, Detroit_1955, DIA No. 1999.71

Drugstore, Detroit, 1955, © Robert Frank, from The Americans

Robert Frank: London. @designerwallace

Robert Frank: London. @designerwallace

by Robert Frank- another favorite of mine by him

by Robert Frank- another favorite of mine by him

Robert Frank - Pedestrian Crossing Center White Line on 34th Street, NY, 1948  From The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robert Frank - Pedestrian Crossing Center White Line on 34th Street, NY, 1948 From The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robert Frank, 1956

Robert Frank, 1956

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Another inspirational feminist artist is Sally Mann.  She is known for her disturbing photographs of her own children. #shock #photography

Another inspirational feminist artist is Sally Mann. She is known for her disturbing photographs of her own children. #shock #photography

l'oeil du photographe Willy Ronis est arrêté par un jeune garçon qui semble s'envoler avec sa baguette de pain sous le bras. Cette photographie en noir et blanc demeure un grand classique et semble éternelle. Pourtant, nous ne sommes plus en

Paris 1952. Reminds me of passing people learning to Tango on the banks of the river when we were once in Paris.

Paris 1952. Reminds me of passing people learning to Tango on the banks of the river when we were once in Paris.

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