Derrière le Miroir No 90 - 91 (Octobre-Novembre 1956) + Derrière le Miroir, No 124 (... Derrière le Miroir No 90 - 91 (Octobre-Novembre 1956) + Derrière le Miroir, No 124 (... Derrière le Miroir No 90 - 91 (Octobre-Novembre 1956) + Derrière le Miroir, No 124 (... Derrière le Miroir No 90 - 91 (Octobre-Novembre 1956) + Derrière le Miroir, No 124 (...

Derrière le Miroir No 90 - 91 (Octobre-Novembre 1956) + Derrière le Miroir, No 124 (Mars 1961) + Derrière le Miroir, No 143 (Avril 1964): Eduardo Chillida. 3 issues (Complete)

Bachelard, Gaston; Carola Giedion-Welcker (Text by); Eduardo Chillida (Illustrated by)

Published by Maeght, Paris, 1964
Condition: g to vg Soft cover
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Collection of three issues of DLM dedicated to the work of Eduardo Chillida:- Derrière le Miroir No 90 - 91 (Octobre-Novembre 1956). Folio. Unpaginated. [16]pp (incl. wrappers). This handsome monograph on Eduardo Chillida is complete with its 3 illustrations after woodcuts by Chillida (2 full page and 1 double page cover). Essay by Gaston Bachelard "Le cosmos du fer." Text with 7 vignettes by Chillida in very fine bookprinting on heavy Johannot mould paper with watermarks. Six photographs printed on offset paper. Catalogue of the first exhibition at Gallery Maeght with a list of 27 sculptures. Ex-library copy with library stamp (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston) and sticker on front cover. Moderate foxing along spine. Slight age-toning along edges of wrappers. Text in French. Wrappers in overall good to good+, interior in good+ to very good condition.- Derrière le Miroir, No 124 (Mars 1961). Folio. 7, [13]pp. This striking issue of DLM is complete with its five lithographs, three of which (including the covers) are double-page. Also a section of black and white photographs of Chillida's sculptures. Essay by James Johnson Sweeney. Ex-library copy with library stamp (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston) and sticker on front cover. Tiny closed tear along fore-edge of front cover (not affecting image). Text in French. Wrappers in overall good+, interior in very good condition.- Derrière le Miroir, No 143 (Avril 1964). Folio. 14, [10], [2]pp. Original lithographic wrappers. This exquisite issue was published on the occasion of an exhibition of sculptures and drawings by Chillida at the Maeght Gallery in Paris. This volume contains 4 original b/w lithographs (including 1 double-page) and 15 reproductions in black. Essay by Carola Giedion-Welcker. Ex-library copy with library stamp (Library Museum of Fine Arts Houston) and sticker on front cover. Minor and sporadic creasing along spine. Slight age-toning along edges of wrappers and paper margin. Text in French. Wrappers in overall good to good+, interior in good+ to very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 38873

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Title: Derrière le Miroir No 90 - 91 (...

Publisher: Maeght, Paris

Publication Date: 1964

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:g to vg

Edition: First edition.

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