The Belgian writer Georges Simenon smoking a pipe at the Navigli in Milan (Italy) in the 1950s.
Keywords used by Bridgeman Images to describe this photograph: boat, 50-59 years, Belgian, smoking, man, men, smoking, profile, crane, Caucasian, contemplation, writer, adult, canal, tranquility, pipe, looking into the distance, loneliness, literature, fog, one person, transportation, georges simenon, navigli, milan, italy
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