Robert Doisneau.

Photographs by Robert Doisneau. Edited with text by Peter Hamilton.
Tauris Parke Books, London, 1992. In English. 128 pp., 107 duotone illustrations, 8x9½".

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Robert Doisneau has photographed for over sixty years, beginning in 1929, and his work covers a variety of subjects though most were made in a relatively small area of Paris. Many of images have achieved the status of cultural icons such as his Kiss at the Hôtel de Ville. This book surveys his entire range of work within the context of its time and shows how his distinctive view produced such a range of outstanding images. "It is a welcome view in a century which is often characterized by its hostility and alienation, because this delightful monograph pays tribute to the work of Doisneau by conveying its gentleness and humanity."

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