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= The standard catalogue raisonné; also containing an essay by Graham Birtwistle, a preface by Enrico Baj and an introd. by Michel Cassé.
Lambert, J.-C. Het oog van de zomer. Pref. E. Wingen. Ibid., Jaski Art Gallery, (1992), 192p., (col.) ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to.
- Owner's entry on first free endpaper.
= SIGNED "Corneille '97" on first free endpaper. With original col. lithograph (24x18 cm., depicting two birds), signed "Corneille '94" and "20/750" in pencil.
- Frontcover w. 2 sm. rubbed spots; backstrip trifle sunned. Otherwise a fine copy. = Braches 360.
- With extensive manuscript dedication to G.H. 's Gravesande on verso first free endpaper; a few foxed spots, otherwise contents fine. Calf spine and corners rubbed/ worn.
= Braches 360.
- Folded three times; first page torn in two; partly torn and occas. rubbed on folds; first page partly (dust)stained; sl. yellowed.
= Twelfth issue of this periodical edited by F. Picabia, which, together with Dada and Littérature, can be considered the most important periodical of the Dada movement. The magazine ran from 1917 to 1924 and 19 issues were released. This issue contains two large contributions by Francis Picabia ("La Sainte-Vierge" and "Malhabile ingénieuse") and Marchel Duchamp ("L.H.O.O.Q."). Schwarz, Almanacco Dada, p.718-719; Bolliger II, 560 and III, 233 and IV, 403. "Von grösster Seltenheit" (Bolliger). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IV.
= With SIGNED DEDICATION. One of 150 numb. copies.
= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION: "à Marcel Lecomte / tres amical souvenir / Tristan Tzara / 4 oct 53".
- A few cards and the stiff envelope trifle foxed w. tiny specks.
- Fine. = Contains catalogue raisonné of the prints.
- Wr. (finger)soiled; tears in spine and frayed in edges.
- Without the textpages. Portfolio worn/ dam. Mounts occas. w. tears but the pochoirs in fine condition. The Renoir verso w. remnants of sellotape along upper margin and w. small chip in upper blank margin.
= Rare. Each pochoir w. the number "81" stamped on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE V.
- All plates verso (sl.) foxed; recto sl. foxed, mainly in blank margins (Picasso worse). Tipped-in owner's entry on upper pastedown. Joints partly splitting (but holding well).
= Rare complete copy. Contains pochoirs in vibrant colours by Georges Braque, André Derain, Raoul Dufy, Juan Gris, Fernand Léger, Jean Lurçat, André Masson, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso and Georges Rouault. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VI.
- Sl. yellowed; lower margin vaguely waterst. = Hoek p.766.
Bendien, J. and Harrenstein-Schräder, A. Richtingen in de hedendaagsche schilderkunst. Rott., W.L. & J. Brusse, 1935, 1st ed., 149p., 82 ills. on 39 plates, orig. cl., 4to.
- Lower joint splitting; lettering on cloth partly worn off.
AND 18 others, mostly small publications, i.a. M. GUERMAN, Art et Révolution. La Flamme d'Octobre (Leningrad/ Paris, 1977, num. (col.) ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., folio); DE STIJL (Amst., 1951, plates, orig. wr. Cat. Stedelijk Museum 81) and various other exhibition catalogues of the Stedelijk Museum.
- Rebound and trimmed in upper and lower margin w. sl. loss of image of part of the plates (not affecting the etchings); one textpage sl. foxed. Top of spine sl. dam.; foot of spine trifle rubbed. Otherwise fine.
= Very rare copy of the DELUXE EDITION, printed in 200 numb. copies on papier impérial du Japon, containing an extra suite of the pochoir-coloured plates on Japon, as well as two original etchings each on two different types of paper: one on vieux Japon teinté, the other on vieux Japon rouge. Juffermans JB5, JE2 and JE3. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VI.
- Plate vol. sl. stained at the beginning. = Arntzen/ Rainwater L42: "brilliant monumental work".