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Paris: Maeght, 1968. Illustrated with 8 original Calder lithographs: including the wrappers: 6 single-page (4 in color), and 2 double-page (color); 12 additional b/w photographs of his outdoor sculpture. [iv], 20, pp. with essays in French by Giovanni Carandente & Jacques Dupin. Thin folio, pages loose as issued in pictorial wrappers, preserved in two-piece black board slipcase with red paper label. Paris: Maeght, 1968. A fine copy in a near fine slipcase. Limited edition - number 20 of 150 copies.....
Paris: Maeght, 1956. Juin-Juillet-Auot, 1956. Whole issue devoted to Miro. Illustrated with (including covers) 7 original lithographs, 6 of which are color and 3 double-page; a few other b/w plates. Slim folio, loose as issued in pictorial wrappers (upper corner of cover is slightly bent; tiny ding on spine, otherwise a fine copy). Paris: Maeght, 1956. First edition. Near fine.
Paris: Maeght, 1976. Operas Glaces. Whole issue devoted to Monory. Illustrated with 14 b/w reproductions, and 9 colored plates (3 double-page and 1 triple-page); the covers are an origin silver-toned serigraph. 30pp. Thin folio, loose as issued in original pictorial wrappers. Paris: Maeght, 1976. A very good(+) copy.
Paris: Maeght, 1953. 24 pages of illustrations in black and white and color, 4 double-page (including wrappers). Slim folio, pages loose as issued in color pictorial wrappers. Paris: Maeght, March-April 1953. Second Edition. Near fine. Published upon the occasion of Steinberg's first Paris exhibition in 1953.
Paris: Maeght, 1968. Whole issue devoted to Zoltan Kemeny. Essay by Gaetan Picon. This issue has no lithographs, but is illustrated color plates, 2 in double-page, and other black & white images. Folio, loose as issued in original metallic gold pictorial wrappers. Paris: Maeght, 1968. A near fine copy.