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Arts et Metiers Graphiques 23 1931

M Chagall, A Alexeieff, B Sussan, A Cassandre, C Loupot, J Carlu, H Finsler

  • Year: 1931
  • Country: France
  • Language: French
  • Movement: Avant-Garde
  • Subject: Art, Graphic Design, Culture
  • Dimensions: Width: 25.00cm Height: 31.00cm

Original vintage magazine Arts et Métiers Graphiques Paris, March 1931, Issue 23. Arts et Métiers Graphiques (AMG) is a luxury French bimonthly art magazine devoted to graphic arts and photography, which existed from 1927 to 1939. 68 issues were published, text in French. The volume includes articles about a trip on a high-speed train in England. with locomotive gravures, 7 pages illustrated article that chronicles A. Vollard's involvement as agent for Dufy, Picasso, Bonnard, Degas, heliogravure plate of Etching by Chagall, Conference Lead by Alexeieff Last February at the School of Decorative Arts for Young Girls, Original lithograph by Ben Sussan for Carmen, Unpublished composition by Ben Sussan, images by Cassandre, Loupot, Carlu, Finsler, Leon Ullmann's brochure The True Note, a full-page two-color ad for Moï Vers photobook Paris, Critique of Delitsch's book: "History of Writing Forms of the Occidental People". Paperback, 64 pages. Good condition, staining on cover, creasing on spine, browning.

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