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Boston: Bulfinch, 1994. Nearly 200 color illustrations, and 100 black-and-white photographs. 400 pages. 4to, gray cloth, d.w. Boston: Bulfinch/Little Brown, (1994). First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Essays by Yve-Alain Bois, Joop Joosten, Angelica Zander Rudenstine, and Hans Janssen.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1956. A Study of his Work by Elgar. A Biographical Study by Maillard. Translated by Francis Scarfe. 398 illustrations 75 in color. 315 pages, 8vo, light blue cloth (some subtle soiling), dust wrapper (worn and torn). London: Thames & Hudson, 1956. A very good copy in a good dust wrapper. Definitive full biography. Complete appraisal.
London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1913. Illustrated at rear with 25 b/w plates on coated paper, featuring works by Cezanne, Picasso, Derain, Metzinger, Laurencin, Gleizes, Leger; Duchamp; Gris & Picabia. 64pp of text; 1 ad leaf at rear for Galerie Clovis Sagot. Slim wide 8vo, gilt-lettered black cloth (head chipped and joints repaired; internally clean). London: T. Fisher Unwin, (1913). Translated from the French, this is the first edition in English with author's name [Metzinger] misspelled on the cover. Overall a......
New York: Scribner, 1988. 325 pages, 8vo, orange cloth backed orange boards. New York: Sribner's Sons, 1988. Blurb from d.w. pasted on endpaper, else a near fine copy. "The Armory Show and the Pageant, Martin Green shows so brilliantly, were the last manifestations of a pre World War I radicalism -- in art and in the ranks of the proletariat, of the old Interanational Workers of the World.
Paris: Moreau, 1929. Theories et Realistions. Etude Critique. 34 black & white plates, (out of 48 total). 4to, pictorial wrappers with a colored pouchoir illustration; spine darkened and creased with chips at ends. Paris: Editions D'Art Charles Moreau, (1929). Limited First edition of this important study. A very good(-) copy, but sadly all the color plates have been removed. Ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro, who has noted some missing plates.
Paris: 1929. A.L.S. 8vo. 1 page, Paris, November 12th 1929, in French (with translation), giving permission to the recipient to reproduce and article, in part: "...You may reproduce the article in your magazine. I would like you to dedicate it to Blaise Cendrars. Please ask Mr. Hetbertat, on my behalf, for "The End of the World" - perhaps you have a copy? In order to obtain this, tell Mr. Hetbertat that your magazine is neither in favor of supporting his.....