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Derrière le Miroir, No 74-75-76 (Avril, Mai, Juin 1955); No 105-106 (1958); No 161 (Octobre 1966): No 196 (Mars 1972): Raoul Ubac. Lot of 4 complete issues

Bonnefoy, Yves; Georges Limbour; Jean Bazaine; Gaetan Picon; Claude Esteban (Text)

Published by Maeght Éditeur, Paris, 1972
Condition: g+ Soft cover
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Lot of 4 complete issues of DLM devoted to the art of Raoul Ubac:- Derrière le Miroir, No 74-75-76 (Avril, Mai, Juin 1955): Folio. [18]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. Striking issue of DLM devoted to the art of French artist Raoul Ubac, and complete with its 3 original color lithographs (wrappers, 1 double-page, one 4-page foldout). Ex-library copy with library stamp and sticker on front cover (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston). Moderate sunning and sporadic foxing along edges of wrappers. Corners bumped, thus slightly affecting pages throughout. Text in French. Wrappers and interior in overall good condition. - Derrière le Miroir, No 105-106 (1958): Folio. [16]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. Monograph on Raoul Ubac illustrated with 7 original color lithographs (front and back covers, 1 double-page, and 4 full-page). Moderate age-toning on wrappers. Corners slightly bumped, thus slightly affecting pages throughout. Text in French. Wrappers and interior in overall good+ condition.- Derrière le Miroir, No 161 (Octobre 1966): Folio. 18, [14]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. Splendid issue of DLM devoted solely to Raoul Ubac's 1966 exhibition at the Maeght Gallery. This work is delightfully illustrated throughout with 5 original color lithographs, 2 original lithographs in black, and 12 b/w reproductions. Text in French. Wrappers and interior in overall very good condition.- Derrière le Miroir, No 196 (Mars 1972): Folio. 28pp. Original lithographic wrappers. This issue of DLM was published on the occasion of a 1972 exhibition of Ubac's sculptures and drawings at the Maeght Gallery. This work is complete with its 6 original color lithographs, 3 lithographs in black and white, and 10 reproductions in black. Ex-library copy with library stamp and sticker on front cover (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston). Minor shelf wear. Text in French. Wrappers in overall good+ to very good, interior in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 36940

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Title: Derrière le Miroir, No 74-75-76 (Avril, Mai,...

Publisher: Maeght Éditeur, Paris

Publication Date: 1972

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: g+

Edition: First edition.

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