Good. No dust jacket. 271 p. illus. 26 cm. Includes Illustrations. "This volume is a revision of that originally published to record and explain the exhibition...held at the Museum of Modern Art, December 1936-January 1937." Bibliography: p. 263-267.
Good- No Jacket. Book. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall. Green cloth covered hard boards with black design on front and dulled darker lettering on faded spine show mild wear to points, repaired inside split hinge and upper spine. Contents in fine shape with black and white illustrations throughout, of the most prominent etchings, paintings, drawings and more by people like Piranesi, Morghen, Picasso, Grosz, and many more.
Fair, tape the entire length of the spine, library markings. Sold as a reference copy ONLY. Green cloth. 294 pp. 6 color, 240+ bw plates. A wonderful catalogue, with over 200 bw plates depicting Surrealist and Fantastic art from the 16th century on forward, with the emphasis on the 20th century. This is the second, revised edition printed in July, 1937. Includes essays by Alfred H. Barr, Georges Hugnet, a brief chronology of the Dada and Surrealist movements, bibliography, catalogue of the exhibition, etc. One of the seminal MOMA exhibtions. The 1947 edition has changed in a few respects. It lists only those pictures which were illustrated, rather than the entire exhibition catalogue. The plates in the historical section have been rearranged. There are six additional color plates and a few extra black and white plates as well.
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