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HERRIMAN, George. "Krazy Kat" - A Jazz Pantomine.
New York : 1922First edition of this splendid celebration of the inimitable Krazy Kat, that "humbly poetic, gently clownlike, supremely innocent, and illimitably affectionate creature" (e.e. cummings). Though relatively well-represented institutionally, this fragile piece is exceedingly uncommon in commerce.
George Herriman's remarkable strip, much admired... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 143348
LANYON, Andrew. Peter Lanyon 1918-1964.
Cornwall : 1990First edition, signed limited issue, number 253 of 500 copies signed and numbered by the author. Andrew Lanyon, artist, writer and filmmaker in his own right, chronicles the life and work of his father, the artist Peter Lanyon, a Cornish painter of abstract landscapes. An album-like collection of letters, images, and anecdotes from friends and family,... Learn More£875.00
Stock Code: 141064
PENN, Irving. Moments Preserved.
New York : 1960First edition, first printing, presentation copy inscribed on the front free endpaper "For Francine and Cleve, With Love, Irving Penn". The recipients were the French-American Pulitzer Prize-nominated writer and literary critic, Francine du Plessix (1930-2019), and her husband, the American abstract expressionist painter, Cleve Gray (1918-2004).
Francine... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 143083
GEDDES, Norman Bel. Magic Motorways.
New York : 1940First edition, first printing, of this early and influential work on road design. Magic Motorways is scarcely found retaining the dust jacket in such attractive condition.
"At first some of the book's features may strike the reader as a fantastic dream, but Mr. Geddes proves their practicability. Grandma wrapped her linen duster around her neck... Learn More£475.00
Stock Code: 110006
DALÍ, Salvador. Hidden Faces.
London : 1973Signed limited edition, number 29 of 100 copies signed by the author. This copy with Dalí's previously unpublished 20-page Postface and the publisher's advertisement slip loosely inserted, as issued. Originally written in French in autumn 1943, Hidden Faces was first published in 1944 in Haakon Chevalier's translation. Chevalier spent... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 130514
(GAUDIER-BRZESKA, Henri.) EDE, H. S. A Life of Gaudier-Brzeska.
London : 1930First edition, first impression, number 147 of 350 copies, of this illustrated biography of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, "designed to be a worthy memorial of his work", as pointed out in the loosely inserted publisher's promotional leaflet. Of the edition of 350 copies, ten were issued signed and bound in leather. The regular issue is uncommon in the dust... Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 140770
NAPIER, James. A Manual of Dyeing Receipts for General Use.
London & Glasgow : 1855First edition. Highly interesting practical work with 56 small fabric samples mounted in the text, which immediately predates the massive expansion of the German synthetic dye industry. This is an excellent copy of this attractive book, which is moderately uncommon institutionally, with just a dozen copies on Library Hub, and rarely encountered on the... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 139284
COOK, James; BOCK, Johann Carl (illus.) Contemporary engraved profile bust portrait, "Captn. James Cook F.R.S."
[c.1789]Striking portrait of the stern-faced explorer, the irradiations, which over-run the borders of the name tablature, giving him an almost visionary aspect. Bock was a Nuremberg-based engraver and artist, probably best known for his work on Esper's Die Schmetterlinge in Abbildungen nach der Natur (1777-94). Scarce. Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 42536
INDIANA, Robert. Love.
Indianapolis, : 1970Signed by Robert Indiana and addressed in his hand to a Walter Reisser in Stuttgart. Indiana's iconic work began in 1964 with a painting entitled Love is God. The original Love sculpture was carved from a 30.5 cm block of solid aluminium and has since become various sized sculptures, paintings, tapestries, prints, drawings and holograms which can be... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 129027
VOYSEY, Charles Francis Annesley. Individuality.
London : 1915First edition of the architect and interior designer's only book, his meditation on the relation of individuality and collectivism to creativity and the arts. Voysey (1857-1941) was highly influential, acclaimed for both his early textile designs and his later architectural plans for modern country cottages. He mentored Charles Rennie Mackintosh, W.... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 118236
BOYLE FAMILY - ELLIOTT, Patrick; Bill Hare; Andrew Wilson. Boyle Family.
Edinburgh : 2003First edition, first impression, signed by all four artists - Mark Boyle, Joan Hills, and their children Sebastian and George. The Boyle family members collaborate on their artwork, with the present profusely-illustrated work issued to accompany an exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, exploring the family's beginnings... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 129722
BIDERMANAS, Izis (illus.); CHARLET, Gaston. G. Les Yeux de L'Ame.
Paris : First and limited edition, number 289 of 300 copies issued. Presentation copy, inscribed by the photographer on the front cover of the title bifolium, "a Jeanine et Pierre, ces images de Paris et da Limousin, cordialement I. Bidermanas, 24-XII-1950". Les Yeux de L'Ame is Bidermanas's first published work. His popular Paris des rêves, which followed... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 123836
HIRST, Damien. Freeze.
London : 1988First edition, first impression. Freeze was an exhibition conceived and curated by Hirst with other students from Goldsmith college. This exhibition became the inaugural showing of the YBA (Young British Artists). 16 students exhibited in the show in an empty London Port Authority building at Surrey Docks, July 1988, these included Steven Adamson, Angela... Learn More£900.00
Stock Code: 99018
JACQUEMART, Albert & Edmond le Blant. Histoire, Industriele et Commerciale de a Porcelaine.
Paris : 1862First edition. Attractive copy of this important work in the history of the connoisseurship of porcelain. Jacquemart was the leading French collector of oriental ceramics of his time, and here developed a descriptive typology, including that of "families" - famille rose, famille verte and so forth - for Chinese ceramics. The majority of the text and... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 76215
REMINGTON, Frederic. Drawings.
New York & London : 1897First edition, of this excellent collection of Remington's art, rare in such good, unrestored condition and with any part of the original box. "Remington's paintings of this era are intensely narrative and seek to capture the passing of the frontier for Native Americans and white frontier settlers" (ANB).
This work includes peaceful scenes of... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 142079
TIFFANY. [Front cover:] Memorials in Glass and Stone.
New York : 1913First edition of this attractively demure Tiffany brochure "published as an advertising medium of our ecclesiastical department; to convey in text and illustrations some idea of the scope of its work in indoor and outdoor memorials of both glass and stone" (prefatory note). Included here are details of windows, mosaics, monuments, granite and favrile... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 126531
GABO, Naum. Gabo. Constructions, Sculpture, Paintings, Drawings, Engravings.
Cambridge, MA : 1957First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the artist on the front free endpaper, "For Francine & Clive Cleve Gray, in friendship, N. Gabo, Jan 6th 1962." The first comprehensive review of Gabo's work including the original Russian text and English translation of the "Realist Manifesto" of which the main principles of constructivism was explained.... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 88462
COVARRUBIAS, Miguel. Negro Drawings.
New York : 1927First and limited edition, number 82 of 100 specially bound copies, each with an original signed artwork by Covarrubias, in this case a sketch based on "Chorus Girl" (plate 29). Negro Drawings was an early work from the Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias (1904-1957), following his move to New York in 1924 and subsequent immersion in the Harlem Renaissance.... Learn More£4,000.00
Stock Code: 139911
REMINGTON, Frederic. Drawings.
New York & London : 1898Second edition, of this excellent collection of Remington's art, vividly depicting scenes from the Old West, between its native inhabitants and the settlers. This work was first published the previous year. Learn More£325.00
Stock Code: 142064
MORRIS, William. An Address
London : 1898First editions, first impressions, of these Chiswick Press fine publications of William Morris's lectures printed in the Golden type he designed for the Kelmscott Press; in an attractive arts and crafts style binding by the amateur binder, bibliophile, and author, Fletcher W. Battershall (1866-1929), and with his bookplate on the front pastedown.
Fully... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 142015
BONE, Muirhead. War Drawings.
London : 1917-8First edition, first impression. The Edition de Luxe was limited to 50 sets with each of the 60 lithographic proofs signed by Muirhead Bone in pencil, and with his embossed monogram, approx. size 530mm x 395mm.
In 1916 William Rothenstein, a friend of Bone and a fellow member of the Society of Twelve, proposed that an artist should... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 71745
PIERCE, Elijah - YOUNG, Mahonri Sharp. Elijah Pierce Woodcarver.
Columbus, OH : 1973The catalogue for Elijah Pierce's 1973 exhibition at the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, his first major show, the commentary largely composed from Pierce's own words, edited from taped interviews with Carolyn Jones, 1972-3. Pierce is now widely considered one of the great American outsider artists. Signed by Pierce with his address on the title page:... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 142515
PARMENTIER, H. Les Sculptures Chames au Musée du Tourane.
1922First Edition. Volume IV in the "Ars Asiatica" series published under the aegis of L'École Française d'Extrème-Orient. A trained architect and one of the founding fathers of the EFEO school of archaeology, Parmentier's work on Cham culture and later at Angkor were key in the interpretation of the early civilizations of Indochina. Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 39622
BLOSSFELDT, Karl. Wundergarten Der Natur. Neue Bilddokumente Schöner Pflanzenformen.
Berlin : 1932First edition, portfolio issue: the preferred format of one of the greatest and most influential photographic books ever published, this being the second photobook in Blossfeldt's pivotal trilogy. The artist was by training a botanist; his use of extreme close-up technique began as part of his study. However he swiftly developed a fully-fledged abstracted... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 136442
APOLLINAIRE, Guillaume, & Raoul Dufy. Le Poète Assassiné.
Paris : 1926First Dufy edition, number 113 of 380 copies printed on Montgolfier d'Annonay paper from a total edition of 450. "Dufy again paid tribute to Apollinaire ... by illustrating one of his major pieces of prose fiction. Le Poète Assassiné was originally a book of short stories which took its title from its opening novella. Dufy had attended the... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 134245
PAOLOZZI, Eduardo. Underground Design, Folio X.
London : 1986First edition, signed limited issue. This work contains a catalogue and 19 loose plates, including a colour plate signed by the artist. It was produced to coincide with an exhibition of Paolozzi's Tottenham Court Road underground station mural project which ran at the Royal Academy of Arts from 4 February to 3 March 1986. The plates show a variety of... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 118809
BARCLAY, Edgar. Mountain Life in Algeria.
London : 1882First edition, scarce. Barclay (1842-1913), painter and etcher, was a member of the British circle of artists known as the "Etruscans" owing to their preference for Italian landscapes. He studied at Dresden with Carolsfeld, and then in Rome, where he became acquainted with Giovanni Costa. Between 1873 and 1880 he made several visits to Algeria, recording... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 117145
NEVINSON, C. R. W. Modern War Paintings.
London : 1917First edition, first impression, signed by the author in pencil below the colour frontispiece. "Having gone to France with the Red Cross and been invalided home soon afterwards, he announced that he would be using 'Futurist technique' to express the reality of war in his new work. In subsequent paintings Nevinson confirmed that he saw the Great War... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 140292
WILSON, Robert Francis. Horticultural Colour Chart.
London : 1938-42Well preserved set of the first edition of this cleverly conceived project to standardise colour definitions so that "there will be but one colour name recognised for each hue in the textile and all colour-using industries as well as by artist's colourmen". A frequently called upon working tool, it is unusual for sets to survive in such excellent state.
The... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 141298
(FRANK, Robert.) BURGER-UTZER, Brigitta, & Stefan Grissemann (ed.) Frank Films.
Zurich : 2003First edition, first impression of this introduction to Frank's film work. Signed by Frank on the half title. Published on the occasion of the Diagonal Special "Robert Frank - Retrospektive der Filme und Videos", which was shown between 11 and 21 September 2003 as part of Graz Cultural Capital 2003. Learn More£1,375.00
Stock Code: 106182
LESSING, G. E. Laokoon: oder über die Grenzen der Mahlerey und Poesie.
Berlin : 1766First edition of Lessing's best known work outside Germany, a discussion of the limits and limitations of all the arts. "It contains the first clear statement of the truth, which is now considered axiomatic, that every art is subject to limitations, and can achieve greatness only by a clear understanding of and self-restriction to its proper function"... Learn More£1,100.00
Stock Code: 104638
MAY, Betty. Tiger-Woman.
London : 1929First edition, presentation copy, inscribed on the half-title, "To Mr. & Mrs. Percy with love from Betty May, 1929". The autobiography of the notorious night-club singer, darling of the Café Royal set, and muse to Aleister Crowley, Augustus John, and Jacob Epstein is uncommon, with ten locations on Library Hub.
Tiger-Woman "provides a very... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 107273
WAUGH, Evelyn, & Francis Crease. Thirty-Four Decorative Designs.
First edition, sole printing. One of just 60 copies, mostly unnumbered as here despite the claim of the colophon. Waugh's preface is the only text, giving this publication strong claims for inclusion in the primary section of his bibliography. This handsome and elusive book marks the end of Waugh's pretensions to work commercially in the graphic arts.
Francis... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 112477
LAFORGE, Lucien. Rabelais - Des Quatre Saisons de l'Année.
Paris : 1923Issued as a limited edition of 1000 numbered copies, this numbered 348, but designated in red ink as an "exemplaire unique" by Laforge and initialled by him on the limitation leaf, his pencilled initials also to the front free endpaper. A splendidly louche interpretation of Rabelais's erotic parodic almanac, the Pantagrueline Prognostications, this... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 111624
PHILLIPS, Tom. A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel.
London : 1980First edition in book form, first impression, of this celebrated altered book, with a fascinating and amusingly haphazard provenance: inscribed wryly by Tom Phillips, "for Philip, now with smaller writing, with warm best wishes from Tom Phillips", having been previously inscribed as a wedding present on behalf of his family by the writer and flamboyant... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 141491
ALLANSON-WYNN, Rowland George. Boxing.
London : 1889First edition. This copy inscribed on the half-title: "With the Author's Compts. to the Committee of the Oxford & Camb. Club, Jan. 10th 1890", and with their bookplate to the front pastedown, and occasional embossed stamps to the text. Rowland George Allanson Allanson-Winn, fifth Baron Headley (1855-1935), was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 113513
BETJEMAN, John. Ghastly Good Taste.
London : 1933First edition, first state, the Hungarian-born architect Ernö Goldfinger's copy, with his ownership signature to the front free endpaper. Having immigrated to England during the 1930s, Goldfinger became a prominent member of the London-based Modern Architectural Research Group (known as MARS), of which Betjeman was also a member. "The force of Goldfinger's... Learn More£475.00
Stock Code: 123746
POINTER, John. An Account of a Roman Pavement, Lately found at Stunsfield in Oxford-shire, Prov'd to be 1400 Years Old.
Oxford : 1713First edition of this treatise on the recently discovered Roman pavement in Stonesfield (using the archaic name Stunsfield) in Oxfordshire, by the antiquary John Pointer (1668-1754). A tenant farmer, George Handes, found the pavement in 1712, which attracted the interest of various antiquaries in nearby Oxford. However, Handes quarrelled with the landowner,... Learn More£425.00
Stock Code: 137682
HILL, C. F. Drawings.
Paris : 1950First edition, copy XV of 250 copies numbered in roman numerals, from the entire edition of 625 copies, of which 375 were numbered in arabic numerals; a beautifully produced monograph, the text printed by G. Girard and plates engraved by Guezelle and Renouard.
Born in Lund, Sweden, Hill travelled to France in 1873 in search of his artistic ideal,... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 39317
TARTAN - WHYTE, John. Clan Tartans [spine title] - Coats of Arms, Crests, Clan Tartans &c. Designed for Embroidery …
Edinburgh : [c.1845]No other copy recorded institutionally of this fascinating, and enterprising exercise in "pattern drawing", making available the 75 designs published in John Sobieski Stuart's Vesitiarium Scoticum of 1842 in a format enabling their manufacture. This is an important early record of the adoption of the Sobieski Stuart patterns, and an extremely appealing... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 135594
ERNST, Max. Écritures.
Paris : 1970First edition, first impression, inscribed by the author to the art critic John Russell on the half-title: "To my good old friend John Russel sic, his old old friend, Max Ernst", accompanied by a hand-drawn bird by Ernst. John Russell (1919-2008) was the chief art critic at the New York Times from 1982 to 1990 and author of books on Max Ernst, Henry... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 121166
ZABAGLIA, Nicola. Castelli, e Ponti …
Rome : 1743First edition of this fundamental work for the history of the restoration and maintenance of St Peter's Fabbrica and for an understanding of early building practice. The master mason and engineer Nicola Zabaglia (1664-1750) invented many ingenious mechanical devices to aid restoration. Here he illustrates his techniques, with the help of Giovanni Bottari... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 77359
BURCKHARDT, Jacob. Die Cultur der Renaissance in Italien.
Basel : 1860First edition, from the library of Otto Wesendonck, husband of Mathilde Wesendonck and friend of Wagner.
Otto Wesendonck's (1815-1896) success as a silk merchant made him a generous patron of the arts and allowed him to provided significant financial support to one of his favourite composers, Richard Wagner, throughout the 1850s. For a period... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 120920
MATISSE, Henri (illus.); Charles of Orléans. Poèmes de Charles d'Orléans.
Paris : 1950First edition thus, first printing, number 1127 of 1,230 copies on vélin d'Arches signed by Matisse on the limitation page. This work was entirely composed by Matisse, reproducing his manuscript version of the medieval poetry by the Duke of Orléans (1394-1465), including some of his rondeaux, chansons, and ballads.
The Duke was taken prisoner... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 142638
COBURN, Alvin Langdon. London.
London & New York : First edition, first impression of this masterpiece of early twentieth-century photography. Boston-born Coburn based himself in London from around 1906, learning how to make photogravures at the London County Council School of Photo-engraving, and establishing a studio with two copperplate printing presses at the home he shared with "his domineering... Learn More£20,000.00
Stock Code: 132333
FASHION. Parfums Lucien Lelong.
Paris : 1949First edition of this notably rare spectacular promotional brochure for Lelong's fragrances, with no other copies traced. Largely forgotten today, apart from amongst the couture cognoscenti, Lelong (18891958) was enormously influential.
After the First World War Lelong took charge of his parents' small fashion house, which was noted for its espousal... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 95082
PUGIN, Augustus Welby Northmore. Autograph letter, with original captioned ink sketch, to Henry Ridgard Bagshawe.
Ramsgate, Kent : 1841A wittily satirical sketch by Pugin, the Roman Catholic architect, sent to his friend Henry Ridgard Bagshawe (1799-1870), a prominent Catholic lawyer. Bagshawe sat on the committee of the Lincoln's Inn Fields district New Church Erection Fund. That area already had the Sardinian Chapel, well-known as the oldest Roman Catholic chapel in London and restored... Learn More£12,500.00
Stock Code: 46369
HOFFMAN, Malvina. Heads and Tales.
New York : 1936First edition, first printing. This autobiography discusses the sculptor's early life and training under Rodin, as well as her working methods and travel adventures. But its focus is on her monumental task in creating the sculptures for the Hall of Man at the Field Museum of Chicago, one hundred bronzes depicting the different "races" of humans around... Learn More£65.00
Stock Code: 80462
DACHÉ, Lilly. La Dépêche.
Paris : 1949-50A largely unbroken, notably scarce, run of 40 issues of La Dépêche (September 1949 until October 1950) together with three issues of La Note de Paris (August and October 1950). This run has a key fashion association, the subscriber being renowned milliner, fashion designer, and female entrepreneur Lilly Daché (?1892-1989) during her "heyday in the... Learn More£8,750.00
Stock Code: 126533
SNOWDON, Lord. Photographs by Snowdon:
London : 2000First edition, first impression. Inscribed by Snowdon on the half title: "To dearest John, with lots of love & so many happy memories working for you, from your Tony. February 2000." Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 136307
HILBESEIMER, L. Mies van der Rohe.
Chicago : 1956First edition, first printing, inscribed by the author and signed by Mies van der Rohe on the title page, dated September 1960, and signed by over 80 other architects on the front free endpaper who were associated with Mies, either working for him, taught by him, or were associated with him in a professional capacity. Though the exact date of the ceremonial... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 110932
NAPOLEON - GOULET, Nicolas. Fetes a l'occasion du mariage de S. M. Napoleon,
Paris : 1810First edition of this elegant fete book commemorating the extraordinarily lavish wedding festivities of Napoleon and Marie-Louise of Austria, the religious ceremony taking place at the Salon Carré chapel in the Louvre on 2 April 1810. The French painter Pierre-Paul Prud'hon played a leading role in designing the pageant and worked closely with the... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 139510
PROUVÉ, Jean - PRODHON, Francoise-Claire. Jean Prouvé.
Paris & New York : 2007First edition, first printing, of this bibliography for the French self-taught architect, metal worker, and industrial, structural, and furniture designer, Jean Prouvé (1901-1984). Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 143091
CHICAGO WOOLEN MILLS CO. Saleman's Fabric Sample Case.
Chicago : 1929A remarkable fabric sample case for the Chicago Woolen Mills Company featuring over 120 swatches, each with a paper label with detailed descriptions of composition and pattern, and an accompanying catalogue entitled "What Well Dressed Men Will Wear: Autumn/Winter 1929-1930".
In 1922 W. P. Rogovsky, a tailor, was running the company under the... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 83107
CESCINSKY, Herbert, & Ernest R. Gribble. Early English Furniture & Woodwork.
London : 1922First edition, first impression. From the library of one of the great cricketers of the Golden Age, Ranjitsinhji (1872-1933), with his finely-engraved armorial bookplate and ownership inscription to the first blanks, "Maharaja Jamsaheb of Nawanagar, April 1923, Staines". At the outbreak of war in 1914, Ranji "put the resources of his state at the empire's... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 137593
MARENGO, Kimon Evan as "KEM". Lines of Attack: Some Wartime Cartoons.
London : 1944First and only edition of this uncommon collection of satirical cartoons from the Second World War - 6 locations on Library Hub - BL, NLS, IWM, V & A, TCD, Oxford, WorldCat adds just 8 more Australian War Memoiral, Getty Research Institute, Nanterre-La Contemporaraine, Frankfurt, Cork, Utrecht, California, Davis, and Ohio State. Marengo was an Anglo-Greek,... Learn More£325.00
Stock Code: 134760
GILL, Eric (illus.); GREEN, Arthur Romney. Woodwork in Principle and Practice.
Ditchling, Sussex : 1918First edition, first impression, one of 240 copies. Though entitled volume I, no further volumes were published. Green (1872-1945) exhibited in the Summer Exhibition of 1928 with woodcarvings and was known as a designer of furniture in the Arts and Crafts tradition. Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 111564
(POP-UP BOOK.) KUBAŠTA, Vojtěch. How Columbus Discovered America.
London : [c. 1960]The present pop-up, in fine working condition, depicts Columbus's three ships, the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa María, on their voyage. The designer, Vojtěch Kubašta (19141992), was a Czech architect and artist who drew on his architectural training to engineer complex three-dimensional folding scenes. "Relatively unknown in his own time despite... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 123153
RAY, Man. Man Ray.
London : 1969First edition, sole printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the artist on the half-title, "For Jean-Yves, gratefully, Man Ray, 1969". This exhibition catalogue, with an essay by Man Ray written in 1948, was published to coincide with his exhibition at the Hanover Gallery in January 1969.
Jean-Yves Mock worked at the Hanover Gallery from 1956... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 120880