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Le baiser by Brassaï (1935)

Gyula Halász, known as Brassaï (1899-1984), was an Hungarian photographer. He was one of the photographers who created the black and white images that defined Paris as a city of romance and mystique.
He was famous for his photos of Paris by night, but he was also known for his nude photographs and his portraits of the writers and artists on the road.
After World War II he collected images of scarred walls called “Graffiti”.