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Pierre Yves-Petit (1886-1969)
French photographer who usually operated under the name Yvon.
Rhinoceros and Terrace of the Palais du Trocadero c.1920s
Place de la Nation and the sculpture “Le Triomphe de la République”, by Aimé-Jules Dalou c.1920s
A stone gargoyle atop the Cathedral of Notre-Dame c.1920s
Grand Palais, Orangeries from the Tuilleries c.1920s
From Yvon's Paris
W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.
Sous le ciel de ParisΚάτω από τον παριζιάνικο ουρανόS'envole une chansonΆνοιξε τα φτερά του ένα τραγούδιHum HumMμ MμElle est née d'aujourd'huiΓεννήθηκε σήμεραDans le cœur d'un garçonΣτην...
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