The only book on Dora Maar, known today for her long relationship with Picasso, to focus on her own critically acclaimed fine-art surrealist photography. This volume will appeal to lovers of Surrealism and anyone interested in 1930s Paris. An exquisite volume on the beautiful, talented and mysterious Dora Maar, showcasing her surrealist photography, her life with Picasso, and her friendships with Surrealist artists, evoking the atmosphere of 1930s Paris.
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Louise Baring is a journalist and writer on the arts for the Economist, Vogue, Daily Telegraph, and the Independent on Sunday. She is the author of Norman Parkinson and Martine Franck and lives and works in London.