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James Coignard

Marcelin Pleynet

ISBN 10: 2906088048 / ISBN 13: 9782906088047
Published by Daniel Papierski
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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# 2651 of 6000. Oversized hardcover, housed in a cloth covered slipcase. Unopened, still wrapped in the original plastic shrinkwrap, and in fine condition. The only flaw is that there is a split in the plastic shrinkwrap nearest to the spine, however, no damage or marks have been made to the book/slipcase. (F/F/F.) Oversized hardcover in slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 25149

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Title: James Coignard

Publisher: Daniel Papierski

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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This book has a limited edition of 6000 printings, with an original lithograph as frontispiece. Size: 9.75"x12.25", 219pp., profusely illustrated in color and black and white. James Coignard took an active part in the movement called "the Paris School." He later moved on and came into his own distinguishing himself by the uniqueness of his oeuvre. He had an important career in the U.S. after his first exhibition in New York in 1957. He gained in prestige and became well-known in Germany, Italy, Sweden and Denmark--as one of the most important French artists of his generation. This study of the artist tries to establish the complex arrangement of a work whose beauty and formal qualities participate in the "immense palimpsest' of our modern culture. Marcelin Pleynet presents the art pieces in an analysis of order and multiplicity of signs that establish the picture space where each painting founds its own poetic world.

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Text: French

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