Linda Evangelista playing the accordion in “Très Montmartre” for Vogue Italia, February 1992. Photograph by Ellen von Unwerth.
During the Belle Époque from 1872 to 1914, many notable artists lived and worked in Montmartre, where the rents were low and the atmosphere congenial. Pierre-Auguste Renoir rented space at 12 rue Cortot in 1876 to paint Bal du moulin de la Galette, showing a dance at Montmartre on a Sunday afternoon.
Daily Doodle! 6/3/17 You all know the drill! first 3 people to pm me with the reference (it’s not a Weird Al song this time, so good luck) will get a request drawn from me personally! MML or P&F related (or even weird al related too)
We were kids in the 80s so you know we love Weird Al. We photographed Alfred Yankovic for the @washingtonpost at his beautiful home and lemme tell you, he’s a joy to photograph. The energy and charisma just spills out of him. And yes, this photo captures him treating us to our own private live performance! | Brinson+Banks