Paris: Verve, 1939. First. paperback. Edited by E. Teriade. Illustrated throughout in color and b/w, including numerous original lithographs. Thin heavy folio, stiff pictorial wrappers by Aristide Maillol (corners chipped and spine crudely re-enforced; lacking the final 22 pages which contained "The Fouquets of the Conde Museum of Chantilly," but all 14 art lithographs are present and clean). Paris: Verve, 1939 (July-October). A clean copy but overall in good only condition. good.
Special double World's Fair number, devoted to portraiture in art with 220 illustrations from the 11th to the 20th Century. Contains 14 original lithographs: 4 by Constantin Guys (2 color). 1 by Braque (color). 1 by Rouault (color). 2 by Andre Derain (1 in color). 1 by Fernand Leger (color). 2 by Pierre Bonnard (1 in color). 2 by Henri Matisse (1 in color). 1 by Paul Klee (color).