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Robert Doisneau at 100


Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of French photographer Robert Doisneau, and the John Cleary Gallery blog is pleased to offer a small retrospective of some of his most enduring images.



La dame indignee, 1948



Valse du 14 juillet, 1949



Jacques Prevert au Gueridon, 1955





Robert_Doisneau_Le _menage_de_monsieur_Barre_1955

Le menage de monsieur Barre, 1955


Robert_Doisneau_Mademoiselle_Anita_1951  Robert_Doisneau_Pablo_Picasso

Mademoiselle Anita and Pablo Picasso



Le baiser de l'Hotel de Ville (The Kiss), 1950


Even Google is getting in on the action, celebrating the photographer's centennial with its very own Doisneau doodle:



Striking your French photography fancy?  Give us a call and we'd love to show you our inventory of Doisneau prints or track down any in which you might be interested!

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Posted on Mar 9, 2012

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Understanding Jewish Ceremonial Art: A Conversation with Dr. Vivian Mann

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Posted on Mar 1, 2012

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Posted on Feb 29, 2012

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