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Robert Doisneau, Henri Heraut - le collectionneur de poupées, vers 1950  [+]
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Robert DoisneauHenri Heraut - le collectionneur de poupées, vers 1950  [+]

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Braque, Peintre contemplatif, Varengeville, 1953 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]
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Braque, Peintre contemplatif, Varengeville, 1953 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]

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Picasso et Mante religieuse, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]
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Picasso et Mante religieuse, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]

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Picasso à Vallauris, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]
Compare with “Picasso - La Ligne de Chance”
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Picasso à Vallauris, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]

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Gaston Chaissac à Sainte-Florence-l’Oie, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]
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Gaston Chaissac à Sainte-Florence-l’Oie, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]

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… A Good Night - Good Day post…
       Robert Doisneau, Place de la Concorde, c.1960

… A Good Night - Good Day post…

       Robert Doisneau, Place de la Concorde, c.1960

Blaise Cendrars, Paris, ca 1955 -by Robert Doisneau   [+]

Écrire est une vue de l’esprit. C’est un travail ingrat qui mène à la solitude.— Blaise Cendrars, in ‘L’homme froudroyé’
He (Cendrars) has been the most rewarding, to me, of all contemporary French writers. If, in the early stages on my career, it was Knut Hamsun whom I idolized, whom I most desired to imitate, in the latter stage it has been Cendrars. With the exception of John Cowper Powys, no writer I have come to contact with, gives more than he. He gives and he sends. He is inexhaustible. Among all living writers he is the one who has lived the most, lived the fullest. Beside him, for example, Ernest Hemingway is a Boy Scout.— Henry Miller, in ‘The Henry Miller reader' (1969)

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Blaise Cendrars, Paris, ca 1955 -by Robert Doisneau   [+]

Écrire est une vue de l’esprit. C’est un travail ingrat qui mène à la solitude.
— Blaise Cendrars, in ‘L’homme froudroyé

He (Cendrars) has been the most rewarding, to me, of all contemporary French writers. If, in the early stages on my career, it was Knut Hamsun whom I idolized, whom I most desired to imitate, in the latter stage it has been Cendrars. With the exception of John Cowper Powys, no writer I have come to contact with, gives more than he. He gives and he sends. He is inexhaustible. Among all living writers he is the one who has lived the most, lived the fullest. Beside him, for example, Ernest Hemingway is a Boy Scout.
— Henry Miller, in ‘The Henry Miller reader' (1969)

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Robert Doisneau, Henri Heraut - le collectionneur de poupées, vers 1950  [+]
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Robert DoisneauHenri Heraut - le collectionneur de poupées, vers 1950  [+]

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Braque, Peintre contemplatif, Varengeville, 1953 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]
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Braque, Peintre contemplatif, Varengeville, 1953 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]

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Picasso et Mante religieuse, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]
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Picasso et Mante religieuse, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]

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Picasso à Vallauris, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]
Compare with “Picasso - La Ligne de Chance”
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Picasso à Vallauris, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]  [+]

Compare with “Picasso - La Ligne de Chance

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… A Good Night - Good Day post…
    Robert Doisneau, La Libellule, École de la rue de Verneuil, Paris, 25 mai 1956

… A Good Night - Good Day post…

    Robert Doisneau, La Libellule, École de la rue de Verneuil, Paris, 25 mai 1956

Gaston Chaissac à Sainte-Florence-l’Oie, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]
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Gaston Chaissac à Sainte-Florence-l’Oie, 1952 -by Robert Doisneau  [+]

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… A Good Night - Good Day post…
       Robert Doisneau, Place de la Concorde, c.1960

… A Good Night - Good Day post…

       Robert Doisneau, Place de la Concorde, c.1960

Blaise Cendrars, Paris, ca 1955 -by Robert Doisneau   [+]

Écrire est une vue de l’esprit. C’est un travail ingrat qui mène à la solitude.— Blaise Cendrars, in ‘L’homme froudroyé’
He (Cendrars) has been the most rewarding, to me, of all contemporary French writers. If, in the early stages on my career, it was Knut Hamsun whom I idolized, whom I most desired to imitate, in the latter stage it has been Cendrars. With the exception of John Cowper Powys, no writer I have come to contact with, gives more than he. He gives and he sends. He is inexhaustible. Among all living writers he is the one who has lived the most, lived the fullest. Beside him, for example, Ernest Hemingway is a Boy Scout.— Henry Miller, in ‘The Henry Miller reader' (1969)

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Blaise Cendrars, Paris, ca 1955 -by Robert Doisneau   [+]

Écrire est une vue de l’esprit. C’est un travail ingrat qui mène à la solitude.
— Blaise Cendrars, in ‘L’homme froudroyé

He (Cendrars) has been the most rewarding, to me, of all contemporary French writers. If, in the early stages on my career, it was Knut Hamsun whom I idolized, whom I most desired to imitate, in the latter stage it has been Cendrars. With the exception of John Cowper Powys, no writer I have come to contact with, gives more than he. He gives and he sends. He is inexhaustible. Among all living writers he is the one who has lived the most, lived the fullest. Beside him, for example, Ernest Hemingway is a Boy Scout.
— Henry Miller, in ‘The Henry Miller reader' (1969)

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