Description:Very Good with no dust jacket. 4to 11"-13" tall Lovely and...Very Good with no dust jacket. 4to 11"-13" tall Lovely and interesting volume celebrating four decades' worth of the works of the master artist. Tips unbruised, spine and binding tight, pages bright and clear. Color plate opposite the title page, and several score black-and-white plates throughout. Unpaginated text. 207 pp.
Description:Illustrated with b&w Reproductions. Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾...Illustrated with b&w Reproductions. Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall First edition / First printing. Good-, Covers wrinkled from water, water stain along inside gutter of first few pages. 19.5 x 25. soft cover. 208pp.
Description:Good. Good paper copy ex. cat. 5000 copies of this revised...Good. Good paper copy ex. cat. 5000 copies of this revised second edition were printed in December 1939. Dates of NY exhibition: November 15, 1939-January 7, 1940, 207 pp, profusely illus. in B/W.
Description:Very Good. 1125198761 New York, 1939. Very good with tanning to...Very Good. 1125198761 New York, 1939. Very good with tanning to spine, no jacket. A forty year retrospective of Picasso's work at MOMA. Red cloth, small quarto.
Description:Good in Fair dust jacket. In edgeworn/foxed/soiled DJ,...Good in Fair dust jacket. In edgeworn/foxed/soiled DJ, endpapers foxed; Red cloth hardback. 207 pp. B&W illustrations, color frontispiece, biblio; 4to 11"-13" tall; 207 pages.
Description:Good. Paper, ex cat. very small nick on front cover, rear...Good. Paper, ex cat. very small nick on front cover, rear wrapper bent but otherwise fine, 3rd edition revised 2500 copies plus 1 pp note on exhibition laid in. 208 pp includes illustrations. Exhibited By the Institute of Modern Art, Boston, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: April 27-May 26, 1940.
Description:Good Condition. Text is clean, pages are off-white in most...Good Condition. Text is clean, pages are off-white in most areas. Binding is tight. Red cover boards are soiled with edge wear from normal handling. The Race from 1922 is at frontispiece. Rare/scarce rm #502. 297 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Inventory No: ABE536767157.
Description:Good. No Jacket. Limited Edition. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Red...Good. No Jacket. Limited Edition. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Red cloth, white lettering on spine, illustration of "Acrobat" on front in white, frontis. color print of "The Race, " 207pp incl, Forward and acknowledgments, Statement by Picasso: 1923, Statement by Picasso: 1935, LIMITED EDITION, Brief chronology, Catalog and illustrations (of 360+ works, most illustrated in b&w), Ballets in which Picasso collaborated, Books illustration by Picasso, Prints in the exhibition, Works by Picasso in American museums, Where Picasso has lived: a chronology, Exhibitions of Picasso's work, Bibliography. Colophon note: 10, 000 copies of this book have been printed for the trustees of The Museum of Modern Art in November 1939 by William E. Rudge's Sons, New York. Spine cocked, faded such that lettering is nearly illegible, covers slightly faded, small stain spot on front near spine top, corners bumped, tiny chip to front fore edge, sharp small bump to back top edge, frontispiece nearly loose, text crisp & clean, protected in a new archival glassine dust jacket.
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