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Arts et Metiers Graphiques 27 1932

R de Valerio, L Boucher, J Thevenet, A Latour, Cappiello, d'E Vico, A de la Patelliere, J Giono, M Ernst, Dessin, Berenour, A Gross, D Bernollin, R Morel, M Cloche, Brassai, H Block, A Biermann, J Carlu, L Guillot, A Cassandre, R Ansieau, J Mercier, R Lan

  • Year: 1932
  • Country: France
  • Language: French
  • Movement: Avant-Garde
  • Subject: Art, Graphic Design, Culture
  • Dimensions: Width: 25.00cm Height: 31.00cm

Original vintage magazine Arts et Metiers Graphiques No 27 15 January 1932. Luxurious French bimonthly graphic art and photography magazine, established in 1927, last issued in 1939. The cover of the magazine has green number '27' and brown large lettering set over light background. The first page of the issue features advertising for Devambez with an artwork by R. de Valerio - DEVAMBEZ was the exclusive collaboration of Cappiello, R. de Valerio and Lucien Boucher'; an article on a cuneiform alphabet from the time of Ramses with Mesa stele and a part of inscription of Ahirma sarcophagi; lithographs by Jacques Thevenet and a drawing by Thevenet reproduced in electrotype; an article on electrotype with gravure Mars and Venus by d'E Vico and an electrotype of Lengua Indian girl (Paraguay basin); Klingspor Almanacs with various designs for each calendar month for years 1921-1931; an article on the graphic design of printed fabrics, about the paintings of Alfred Latour; 'The eye of the bibliophile' with lithograph by Amedee de la Patelliere for Colline by Jean Giono; Max Ernst compositions Mr. Knife Miss Fork; lithographs by Dessin, Carl Meffert; illustrations by Berenour, A. Gross, gouache by Denise Bernollin, Roger Morel; photographs by Maurice Cloche, Brassai, Hugh Block, Aenne Biermann; poster designs by Jean Carlu, Laure Albin Guillot, A.M. Cassandre, Roland Ansieau, Jean Mercier, Robert Lang, Roger Perot, Cappiello, Marc Real, Tolmer, Curnonsky; page printed on fabric for The Oldest History of the World, children's book published by the Jardin des Modes (Print Paul Dumas); with advertising for Renault. 68 pages. Good condition, light browning on the cover, light crease on the front cover, cover separated from the staples.

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