Mode de Paris 1950
Kvalitetsposter size 80x60 cm. Little about the photographer: Born in Lyon
1897 and studied photography in New York and worked some years too.
In 1928, Tabard returned to Paris and became a fashion photographer. It was there he met Surrealist writer, Philippe Soupault, who in turn acquainted him with various prominent magazine editors including Lucien Vogel, Giron, and Alexey Brodovitch. He went on to work for a number of publications, such as Bifur, Vu, and Jardin des Modes. He made the acquaintance of Surrealists Man Ray and René Magritte, with his work beginning to reflect the influence of Surrealism. In the late 1920s, he also met Roger Parry, whom he taught photography to, and André Kertész.
Nouvelles Images Editeurs 1986.
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