Nepal, Outside Katmandou, 1974
Edouard Boubat was born in Paris, France in 1923.
He resided in Paris.
He died in 1999.
Romantic images of Paris and its people after World War I as well as portraits from various countries around the world such as India, Morocco, and London.
Most Popular Image:
"Lella, Bretagne, 1947"
Did you know ... ?
Boubat worked for the prestigious French magazine, Realites.
He won the Kodak prize in 1947 at an exhibition at the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris.
Because I know war... because I know the horror, I don't want to add to it... After the war, we felt the need to celebrate life, and for me photography was the means to achieve this."
Most of Boubat's Silver gelatin prints are 12" x 16" or 16" x 20".
How many photographs exist?
Boubat printed in small unnumbered editions.
How are the photographs printed and signed?
The prints are signed either in ink or in pencil au recto and au verso.
Boubat's photographs are not generally vintage.
Boubat used a single-lens reflex camera.
Boubat Portfolio - 15 Silver gelatin photographs
Books - In Print:
It's a Wonderful Life: Photos by Edouard Boubat
Please contact A Gallery for Fine Photography concerning the availability of Boubat's work.
1985: $500 - $1,500
1995: $1,000 - $3,500
2003: $1,500 - $7,500
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