Willy Ronis Le chat derrière la vitre, Gordes, 1957

Willy Ronis Le chat derrière la vitre, Gordes, 1957

Photo by Willy Ronis. Rue des Couronnes, Rue Henri Chevreau, Ménilmontant, Paris, 1948.

Photo by Willy Ronis. Rue des Couronnes, Rue Henri Chevreau, Ménilmontant, Paris, 1948.

Willy Ronis---Le Nu Provençal.  The Telegraph says he was more artistic than Doisneau and less patrician than Cartier-Bresson; like those masters to whom he is frequently compared, Willy Ronis embodied the Golden Age of photography....    Ronis was best known for a nude of his wife, Marie-Anne Lansiaux, bending over a sink in a rustic bathroom....more:  http://iconicphotos.wordpress.com/2012/07/24/willy-ronis-le-nu-provencal/

Willy Ronis

Willy Ronis---Le Nu Provençal. The Telegraph says he was more artistic than Doisneau and less patrician than Cartier-Bresson; like those masters to whom he is frequently compared, Willy Ronis embodied the Golden Age of photography.... Ronis was best known for a nude of his wife, Marie-Anne Lansiaux, bending over a sink in a rustic bathroom....more: http://iconicphotos.wordpress.com/2012/07/24/willy-ronis-le-nu-provencal/

Menilmontant (Devant Chez Mestre), Paris, France, 1957 by Willy Ronis. | 6 Vintage Photos That Prove Paris In The Springtime Is Magical

Menilmontant (Devant Chez Mestre), Paris, France, 1957 by Willy Ronis.

Menilmontant (Devant Chez Mestre), Paris, France, 1957 by Willy Ronis. | 6 Vintage Photos That Prove Paris In The Springtime Is Magical

Willy Ronis-  Le Petit Parisien - “The Little Parisian”, Paris, 1952

Willy Ronis- Le Petit Parisien - “The Little Parisian”, Paris, 1952

Seuls au monde rue Lepic, en 1956 Photo Willy Roni

Seuls au monde rue Lepic, en 1956 Photo Willy Roni

Chez gégène - Joinville - 1947 © Willy RONIS Willy Ronis (French: [wili ʁɔnis]; August 14, 1910 – September 12, 2009[1]) was a French photographer. His best-known work shows life in post-war Paris and Provence.

Chez gégène - Joinville - 1947 © Willy RONIS Willy Ronis (French: [wili ʁɔnis]; August 14, 1910 – September 12, 2009[1]) was a French photographer. His best-known work shows life in post-war Paris and Provence.

Willy Ronis | Paris | ca. 1950

Willy Ronis | Paris | ca. 1950

Marchandes de frites, rue Rambuteau, Paris (Willy Ronis) 1946

Marchandes de frites, rue Rambuteau, Paris (Willy Ronis) 1946

WILLY-RONIS-Boulangerie-L-Isle-sur-la-Sorgue-Vaucluse-1979

WILLY-RONIS-Boulangerie-L-Isle-sur-la-Sorgue-Vaucluse-1979

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