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Maurice Tabard
 

(French, 1897–1984)

At an early age, Maurice Tabard studied fabric design at his father's silk manufacturing plant in France. The family relocated to the United States for his father's work and Tabard studied photography at the New York Institute of Photography. He returned to France in the late 1920s and continued his experimentation with double exposures and solarization techniques, producing surrealist portraits, and still lifes. Tabard worked in the fashion, advertising and portrait photography industries from 1928-1938. Most of his work, including his entire negative archive, was lost during WWII. Tabard retired in 1965 and moved to Nice in 1980.

 
 
 


Nude, 1929




Untitled (portrait montage)
1932




Untitled
1939




Photomontage (Standing nude with superimposed face)
1929



Composition (Nude montage with gloves)
1929



Untitled (Hand montage)
1929



Solarization
1937




1927




Gant et flacon sous les toits de Paris
1929



Composition aux guitares
1932



Cobblestones and Snow
1931



Untitled



Notre Dame de Paris



Composition
1950




Untitled (Solarization)
1937



Untitled



Gare Montparnasse
1930




Hippodrome sous la pluie
1954




Jeune femme au parapluie





Une Pasion Française

 
 
 
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