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Paris 1950 Photo: Willy Ronis

Paris 1950s Willy Ronis. La photographie humaniste qui met en avant l'être humain avec un grand H et notamment ses émotions face aux évènements d'après guerre. Cette "vague" semble largement française : Ronis, Cartier-Bresson

La péniche aux enfants, Paris (1959) Willy Ronis (August 14, 1910 – September 12, 2009)

© Willy Ronis, 1957, 'Ile brise pain', Créteil, France

Amoureux du Pont des Arts - Paris © Willy RONIS

Willy Ronis - Though this pic seems "so Paris", this kid don't live in a zoo called France : this is his bakery. For Willy Ronis, born and died in Paris, this pic is just our life... without romantism; but full of tenderness

(Ch5) "In the morning i walked down the Boulevard to the Rue Soufflot for coffee and brioche" (p.43). I love that walk, it lets me see the Luxembourg gardens and its peaceful. Sometimes after i see Brett i just need something to calm me down, something where i can be alone and regain my thoughts. My favorite is to "read the paper with the coffee and then smoke a cigarette" (p.43).

France. Marchand de marrons, Paris, 1950 // Willy Ronis