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.
Fair in Missing jacket. 1947. Museum of Modern Art. Library-bound Hardcover. Ex-library. Some underlining and margin notes. Medium wear and scuffing. Ship same or next business day via US Mail. More Art History books in my store.
VG-/Poor; Clean, tight text but with shelf wear to covers, including fading to spine and cloth top edge. Dust jacket is in pieces, with only a small bit of the spine present. It's been placed in a Mylar cover to keep it as intact as possible. This copy... Green cloth/boards; gilt decoration and lettering. White DJ with color illus. 271 pp. with 6 color and 222 bw illustrations. From the dj (not present on this copy): A wonderful catalogue, with its many plates depicting Surrealist and Fantastic art from the 16th century on forward, with the emphasis on the 20th century. Includes essays by Alfred H. Barr, Georges Hugnet, a brief chronology of the Dada and Surrealist movements, bibliography relevant to the exhibition held at the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1936-37. The third edition has changed in a few respects. It lists only those pictures which were illustrated, rather than the entire exhibition catalogue. There are six additional color plates and a few extra black and white plates as well.
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