Tarot de Marseille (Camoin-Jodorowsky)
Also known as Camoin Jodorowsky, 1997
Camoin and Jodorowski, French Tarot scholars, have restored crisp detail and outlines in their variation of the Tarot of Marseilles woodcut images.
Tarot de Marseille (Camoin-Jodorowsky) review by Jean-Michel David
There are numerous Tarot decks in print that use the appellation Tarot of Marseilles. Many, of course, are not published nor printed in Marseilles, but follow the designs commonly associated with this southern French maritime city.
The creators of this deck, one of whom is a descendent of Conver family, utilised and compared various versions of this style of deck, and sought to re-create it to its original splendour. It is obvious that they were principally, but not solely, influenced by the early (1761) Nicholas Conver deck. This latter deck, incidentally, is still available as a reprint from three publishers: as a limited edition cardboard collector's deck from Camoin house, from Lo Scarabeo in Italy, and from Heron in Bordeaux (in my view, the best e... read more reviews.
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More About These CardsName: Tarot de Marseille (Camoin-Jodorowsky)
Alternate Names: Camoin Jodorowsky, 1997
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
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