Pierre Le-Tan describes and illustrates countless places – lived in or seen in passing – around Paris.
This poetic, sometimes mischievous, often melancholy book is a stroll through the Paris of days gone by. It takes us from the banks of the Seine to the place Vendôme, via the city’s famous boulevards, its hidden streets…
Pierre Le-Tan is a writer and illustrator. He has written some ten books and, most notably, has illustrated many covers of the New Yorker.
Winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize for Literature, Patrick Modiano shared in this journey by writing a preface for the book.