This is a charming little photo series that I want to share with you by the ever-relevant French photographer, Robert Doisneau entitled the very long-winded Tableau de Wagner dans la vitrine de la Galerie Romi, rue de Seine, Paris 6e. Phew.
Taken in 1948, when Doisneau could often be spotted wandering the streets of Paris with his Leica camera, the photographs are a fun and unique insight into Paris at the time and the type of Parisian characters that peopled the streets.
Turns out the French are a little more prude than you might have thought…
via Clown Lyriue