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---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/

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.

France. Marchandes de frites, rue Rambuteau, Paris, 1946 // Willy Ronis

France. Marchandes de frites, rue Rambuteau, Paris, 1946 // Willy Ronis

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