WILLY RONIS

Willy Ronis was born in Paris in 1910 and became a full-time photographer in 1945. He joined Doisneau, Brassaï and others at the Rapho Agency in Paris and sought to bring a lyrical touch to the most ordinary moments of everyday life. Ronis became the first French photographer to work for LIFE Magazine. Curator Edward Steichen exhibited him at the Museum of Modern Art in 1953 in a show called Four French Photographers. Willy Ronis was also part of the famed Family of Man exhibit at Museum of Modern Art in 1955.

WILLY RONIS - Vieu Ferrette, Alsace, 1954
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Signed in ink recto. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil verso

12 x 16 inch Silver gelatin print
16 x 20 inch Silver gelatin print 

WILLY RONIS

Vieu Ferrette, Alsace, 1954
WILLY RONIS - Vieu Ferrette, Alsace, 1954

WILLY RONIS

Vieu Ferrette, Alsace, 1954
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Signed in ink recto. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil verso

12 x 16 inch Silver gelatin print
16 x 20 inch Silver gelatin print 

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