Pierre Boulat (1924-1998) - Place de la Concorde [ecclésiastiques en visite, Paris], 1962


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Silver print on cartoline paper
On the back of the print: wet stamp of the author "Photo by Pierre Boulat", wet stamp of the signature and handwritten caption in pencil.

Pierre Boulat (1924-1998) was introduced to photography in 1938. At the Liberation, he began his career in the Parisian press on current affairs, personalities and miscellaneous facts. In 1957, he produced two "exclusive" reports in the United States, which were published in millions of copies: "A Frenchman's view of American women" and "The West Point Military Academy". Wide success which earned him to collaborate for years with the prestigious LIFE magazine, also Paris Match, Elle or National Geographic. His reports and portraits of personalities from the political world, the arts and fashion offer an elegant photographic look at his "subjects", carried by an intimacy of captured atmospheres.

Seller's Story

THE TAYLOR GALLERY WORKSHOP The Atelier / Galerie Taylor, located at 7, on the eponymous street in the 10th arrondissement in Paris, is a friendly place dedicated to photography. It was created thanks to image enthusiasts, José Nicolas, photographer and manager of the place with the support of Jean Vinégla. Located a stone's throw from Place de la République, between rue du Château-d'eau and rue René-Boulanger, the place is dynamic, atypical and warm, resolutely turned towards sharing and mutual discovery of images at the 'international. The Atelier / Galerie Taylor is familiarly inclined to exhibit film photography while remaining open to the wide range of contemporary imaging techniques. It presents well-known and emerging photographers, with the aim of always surprising and arousing the curiosity of collectors and visitors. Since its opening in September 2019, the Atelier / Galerie Taylor has carved out a good reputation, going from being a confidential place to a showroom recognized by professionals and collectors, both for the choice of its programming and for the quality of the prints on display.
Pierre Boulat (1924-1998)
Place de la Concorde [ecclésiastiques en visite, Paris], 1962
Gelatin-silver print developing out paper (D.O.P.)
Artist's stamp
Original State
32×24.5 cm


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