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de Max Jacob, Marcel Millet, André Salmon, Blaise Cendrars, André Suarès, Jean Cocteau, Ivan Goll, etc. – Ills de Albert Gleizes, André Derain, etc.

Published by Jean-Michel Place (1999)

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Item Description: Jean-Michel Place, 1999. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Comme neuf. Dust Jacket Condition: Très bon. 1ère Édition. Paris, éditions Jean-Michel Place, 1999 – Reliure cartonnée, 20 cm x 25 cm, 1001 pages – Réédition de la revue Action dirigée par Florent Fels et Marcel Sauvage – textes de Max Jacob, Marcel Millet, André Salmon, Blaise Cendrars, André Suarès, Jean Cocteau, Ivan Goll, etc. – Ills de Albert Gleizes, André Derain, etc. – préfaces de Walter G. Langlois et Georges Gabory - carte de l’éditeur manuscrite - Etat neuf. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # LRB2386

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JACOB, Max (1876–1944) – DERAIN, Andre (1880-1954).

Published by Paris: [Daniel- ]Henry Kahnweiler, 1912. (1912)

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Item Description: Paris: [Daniel- ]Henry Kahnweiler, 1912., 1912. 8vo., (9 x 6 2/8 inches). Title-page printed in red and black with Kahnweiler's woodcut device by Derain, 66 woodcut, including one full-page, by André Derain. Original printed paper wrappers, uncut (rubbed, creased, one or two marks). Provenance: from the library of Jacques Levy, his sale, Sotheby’s, 20th April 2012, lot 178 Limited issue, number 25 of 85 numbered copies signed by Jacob and Derain of a total edition of 106. ‘Les Oeuvres Burlesques’ is the second volume in Jacob’s trilogy about his alter ego Victor Matorel, which began with ‘Saint Matorel’ and ended with ‘Le Siege de Jerusalem’, both illustrated by Picasso. All three titles were published by Kahnweiler. Derain, French painter, sculptor, illustrator, stage designer and collector, was a leading exponent of Fauvism. "In early 1908 he destroyed most of his work to concentrate on tightly constructed landscape paintings, which were a subtle investigation of the work of Cézanne. After World War I his work became more classical, influenced by the work of such artists as Camille Corot. In his sculpture he drew upon his knowledge and collection of non-Western art" (for Grove Art online). Artists’ Books in the Modern Era, page 21; Chapon page 179. Bookseller Inventory # 72lib885

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