Joan Miro Lithographies - Volume 1
by Leiris, Michael and Fernand Mourlot
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- Very Good/Very Good
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
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New York: Tudor Publishing Company, 1972 Copy number 630 of an edition of 5000 - numbered on special page at back. English language edition numbered 1-5000.. Contains 11 original lithograph in the text plus the dust jacket is also an original lithograph front and back. 180 numbered lithographs in the catalogue plus additionally several have versions with a letter added. Two essays at front by Leiris. Contains a catalogue raisonne' of his lithographs by Mourlot produced between 1930 and 1952. 236 pages. Tightly bound. Clean. Price clipped dust jacket has a little light staining on back panel in border area and lightly rubbed folded edges, also 2 very short tears. Book hardly shows any signs of wear. Very good/ Very good. .
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- Joan Miro Lithographies - Volume 1
- Leiris, Michael and Fernand Mourlot
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- Very Good
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Tudor Publishing Company
- Place of Publication
- New York
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