Jean-Pierre Sudre

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Jean-Pierre Sudre in his Southern France house, in 1975; the second person right to him (from viewer) is photographer Georges Tourdjman.

Jean-Pierre Sudre (September 27, 1921, Paris–September 6, 1997, Aix-en-Provence) was a commercial photographer from Paris who later moved to the south of France. There he devoted his life to workshops of "fine art" photography. He is known for his experimentation with chemicals as well as for his still lifes.