Germaine Chaumel (1895-1982) is one of the best representatives of the “new vision” which developed between the wars, although she never had the chance to practice her art in what was then the world capital of photography: Paris. When comparing her photographs with those of her more famous contemporaries (Yvonne Chevalier, Ergy Landau, Nora Dumas, Denise Bellon, Laure Albin Guillot) the quality and modernity of her work is apparent.
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