Tarot de Belmont
Le Tarot de Belmont is a rather dream-like fantasy tarot deck of 22 cards. The figures on the cards are unnaturally tall and thin, though the tarot symbology is recognisable. The cards also have thick checkered black and white borders, which add to the effect of peering through at another world.
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Tarot Deck - 22 Cards - Unknown Publisher 1995
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Tarot de Belmont review by Sheri Harshberger
The first time I saw it, I fell in love with the artistic style of Francoise Corboz, a fantastic, contemporary Swiss artist, whose signature style is creating figures that are unusually tall and skinny, somewhat similar to those of Edward Gorey. As a result, I jumped at a chance to own a Tarot deck designed by this artist - Le Tarot de Belmont. This deck is a 22-card, Majors only deck that will bring a smile to anyone's face as they look at the eccentric and colorful figures in these cards. What is unfortunate is that there is precious little information available on it or its creator.
The coloration of the deck reminds me of black and white pen and ink illustrations that have been strikingly colored with jewel tones of primarily green, gold, red and blue. The artwork is crisp an... read all reviews
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