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Derrière le Miroir, No 2: Sur 4 Murs 1947 (Fevrier - Mars 1947); No 5: Les Mains Eblouies (Octobre 1947); No 9: Pierre Pallut (Avril 1948); No 14-15: Joan Miró (Novembre - Decembre 1948); No 16: Hans Hofmann (Janvier 1949); No 17: Paul Eluard - Roger Chastel (Fevrier 1949); No 19: Kurt Seligmann (Avril 1949); No 20-21: L'Art Abstrait (Mai 1949); No 22: Les Mains Eblouies (4 Octobre 1949); No 29-30: Miró (Mai- Juin 1950); No 32: Les Mains Eblouies (Octobre 1950); No 33: Arp (Novembre 1950); No 41 : Germain - Kelly - Palazuelo - Pallut - S. Poliakoff (Octobre 1951); No 52: Lam (Fevrier 1953). Lot of 14 complete issues

Seuphor, Michel; René Guilly; Jacques Kober; Raymond Mason; Frank Elgar; Tristan Tzara; Jean Cassou; Raymond Queneau; Paul Eluard; Ernest Hemingway; Charles Estienne; Peter Neagoe; Tennessee Willimas; Weldon Kees; Pierre Bérès; Paul Bonet; Georges Blaizot; Charles Peignot; Pierre Mabille; Georges Duthuit; Pierre Courthion; Charles Duits; Andry-Farcy; Henri Laugier; Pierre Descargues; Jacques Prévert; Michel Leiris; Michel Ragon; P. Bruguière; Jean Cathelin; Charles Estienne; Georges Braque; André Breton; Aimé Césaire; René Char; Leone Kochnitzky; Pierre Mabille; Fernando Ortiz; Pablo Picasso; Herbert Read; Christian Zervos (Text)

Published by Maeght Éditeur, Paris, 1953
Condition: g+ Soft cover
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Lot of 14 complete issues of DLM: - Derrière le Miroir No 2: Sur 4 Murs 1947 (Fevrier - Mars 1947): Folio. [8]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. This early issue of DLM is a single sheet uncut which folds out and is printed on both sides. It is complete with its 6 original color lithographs by Marchand, of which only one is full page (front cover), the others are vignettes in the text. Wrappers and pages age-toned. Sporadic closed tears and creasing along edges (not affecting text or illustrations). Text in French. Wrappers and interior in overall good- to good condition. - Derrière le Miroir No 5: Les Mains Eblouies (Octobre 1947): Folio. [8]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. Second edition of this issue of DLM published on the occasion of an exhibition of young artists (Dmitrienko, Rezvani, Signovert, Thompson and Mason) at the Maeght gallery, in Paris. It is complete with its 6 original lithographs (5 in color and 1 in black) by Jean Signovert, of which only one is full page (front wrap), the others are in the text. Ex-library copy with library stamp and sticker on front cover (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston). Lower corners slightly bumped, thus slightly affecting pages throughout. Text in French. Wrappers and interior in overall good+ condition. - Derrière le Miroir No 9: Pierre Pallut (Avril 1948): Folio. [8]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. Early issue of DLM published on the occasion of an exhibition of 20 paintings by Pierre Pallut at the Maeght gallery, in Paris. This volume is complete with its 3 original color lithographs and 3 reproductions in black. Ex-library copy with library stamp and sticker on front cover (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston). Moderate shelf wear and sunning along edges. Text in French. Wrappers and interior in overall good to good+ condition.- Derrière le Miroir No 14-15: Joan Miró (Novembre - Decembre 1948): Folio. [12]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. Striking issue of DLM published on the occasion of an exhibition of Miró's paintings and ceramics at the Maeght gallery, in Paris. It is complete with its 7 original color lithographs and 8 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 and interior in overall good+ to very good condition.- Derrière le Miroir No 16: Hans Hofmann (Janvier 1949): Folio. [8]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. Issue published on the occasion of a Hans Hofmann exhibition at the Maeght gallery, in Paris. This work features 2 original color lithographs (including front cover). Ex-library copy with library stamp and sticker on front cover (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston). Moderate age-toning along edges. Fore-edge of front wrap partly and slightly creased. Text in French. Wrappers in overall good, interior in good+ condition. - Derrière le Miroir No 17: Paul Eluard - Roger Chastel (Fevrier 1949): Folio. [8]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. This splendid issue of DLM was published on the occasion of the release of Paul Eluard's Le Bestiaire, illustrated by Roger Chastel. This volume is complete with its 2 original color lithographs. Ex-library copy with library stamp and sticker on front cover (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston). Minor age-toning and sporadic and tiny closed tears along edges. Text in French. Wrappers and interior in overall good+ condition. - Derrière le Miroir No 19: Kurt Seligmann (Avril 1949): Folio. [8]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. Second edition of this issue of DLM published on the occasion of an exhibition of 26 paintings by Seligmann at the Maeght gallery, in Paris. This volume contains 5 lithographic reproductions, including 3 in color. Ex-library copy with library stamp and sticker on front cover (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston). Text in French. Wrappers and interior in overall very good condition.- Derrière le Miroir No 20-21: L'Art Abstrait (Mai 1949): Folio. [16]pp. Original lithographic. Bookseller Inventory # 36955

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Title: Derrière le Miroir, No 2: Sur 4 Murs 1947 (...

Publisher: Maeght Éditeur, Paris

Publication Date: 1953

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:g+

Edition: First edition & Second edition.

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