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Doisneau: The Vogue Years exhibition

By Rosslyn Hyams

Robert Doisneau is one of France's best-loved 20th century photographers. Doisneau: The Vogue Years exhibition at Versailles shows the artist's initimitable flair for capturing magic moments even if he's better known for his portraits in the streets of Paris, and its suburbs than in ballrooms and chateaux. RFI's Rosslyn Hyams speaks to Doisneau's daughter and granddaughter.

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