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Robert Doisneau

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Marianne Breslauer printed this image on Velox gaslight paper. Introduced in 1899, gaslight papers were extremely common and widely available through the 1930s. Ubiquitous stalwarts of the amateur and professional alike, they were available from almost every paper manufacturer in Europe and North America, offered in endless artistic and practical varieties. Promoted as easy to use, the papers could be exposed in the comfort of one’s parlor, just inches from an ordinary gas jet or electric…

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Robert Doisneau es un fotógrafo francés autodidacta. Es un clásico de la fotografía, otro gran cazador de imágenes, fotoperiodista y recordado por haber capturado el que es probablemente el beso mas famoso de la historia de la fotografía. "El beso del Hotel de Ville" "Mi foto es la del mundo tal y como deseo que sea"

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A beautiful Photogravure by renowned French Photographer Robert Doisneau, Titled 'Monsieur Barre's Merry-Go-Round, 1955'. Printed in the 1970's in France, this image is extremely rich in tonality, heat mounted on conservation mat and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Robert Doisneau (1912-1994) was best known for his photojournalistic style of photography similar to his contemporaries like Andre Kertesz, Eugene Atget, and Henri Cartier-Bresson - Frequently capturing candid…

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Robert Doisneau was born 1912 in Gentilly, Val-de-Marne, in the southern suburbs of Paris, France. He died in 1994. Doisneau is famous for his photographs of Parisian street life. Originally trained as a lithographer, he took up photography as a profession in the early 1930s, working for the French magazine, Le'Excelsior. In the late 1930s, he worked as a publicity photographer for Renault, until he was fired for frequent absences from work. During WWII, he joined the Resistance, both…

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