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NORA DUMAS (Hungarian / 1890-1979)

Nora Dumas quit Hungary for Paris in 1913, only to spend the years 1914-17 in an internment camp, after which she went to the United States. When she returned to Paris in 1928 she bought herself a Rolleiflex, and worked as an assistant in the studio of the Hungarian woman photographer Ergy Landau, before opening the studio Dumas-Satigny with her French husband.

See also:

ERGY LANDAU
LAURE ALBIN-GUILLOT

Selected prints by NORA DUMAS

Two nudes, 1937
Photograph
Étude 19, 1948
Photograph
Étude 18, 1948
Photograph

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