Boubat in 1943
13 September 1923|
Montmartre, Paris, France
|Died||30 June 1999
Life and work
Boubat was born in Montmartre, Paris. He studied typography and graphic arts at the École Estienne and worked for a printing company before becoming a photographer. In 1943 he was subjected to service du travail obligatoire, forced labour of French people in Nazi Germany, and witnessed the horrors of World War II. He took his first photograph after the war in 1946 and was awarded the Kodak Prize the following year. He travelled the world for the French magazine Réalités and later worked as a freelance photographer. French poet Jacques Prévert called him a "peace correspondent" as he was apolitical and photographed uplifting subjects. His son Bernard Boubat is also a photographer.
- 1947 – Kodak Prize
- 1971 – David Octavius Hill Medal
- 1984 – Grand Prix National de la Photographie
- 1988 – Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography
- Édouard Boubat (Centre National De La Photographie, 1988). ISBN 978-2867540431.
- Photographies 1950–1987. (Éditions du Désastre, 1988). ISBN 978-2877700016.
- It's a Wonderful Life (Editions Assouline, 1997). ISBN 978-2843230127.
- Édouard Boubat: The Monograph. (Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2004). ISBN 978-0810956100.
- Édouard Boubat: A Gentle Eye (Thames & Hudson, 2004). ISBN 978-0500512012.
- Riding, Alan (9 July 1999). "Edouard Boubat, Photographer With Poetic Eye for Children, 75". The New York Times. Retrieved 5 February 2014.
- Williams, Val (17 July 1999). "Obituary: Edouard Boubat". The Independent. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- Muir, Robin (21 August 1999). "Shots from the heart". The Independent. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- "Edouard Boubat". WHO. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- "Träger der David-Octavius-Hill-Medaille". Deutsche Fotografische Akademie. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- "1988 Hasselblad Award Winner". Hasselblad Foundation. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- "Entre Vues: Frank Horvat – Edouard Boubat (interview)". Frank Horvat Photography. July 1986. Archived from the original on 15 April 2012.
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