Arguably the most famous image from this 1931 session is the shot of Charlie posing beneath a large Art Nouveau chandelier. Both of them enjoyed the session. Thinking about it years later, Miller laughed: “Charlie told me that he had never had such a good time in his life as he had with what he called my surréaliste photography."*
I have only ever seen three photos from this session but evidently a fourth photo was published in the French magazine Pour Vous in April 1932 (the bottom photo is on the cover). I have not yet been able to get my hands on a copy of this magazine.*
Charlie participated in at least three professional photo sessions while he was in Paris during his world tour. I will post photos from one more tomorrow. Since he returned to Paris at least once later in the year, it's unlikely all of them were done during his week-long visit in March but it is difficult to find the exact dates of the sessions.
*Update: here are the other photos.
*Lee Miller: A Life by Carolyn Burke