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    • Photographie 1930.


    • PARIS. Arts et Metiers Graphiques #16. Photographie 1930. 166 pp. facsimile of the 1930 edition. Large 4to, spiral bound, wraps.1980.


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    • Anatomie de la Couleur: l'Invention de l'Estampe en Couleurs.


    • PARIS. Bibliotheque Nationale. Anatomie de la Couleur: l'Invention de l'Estampe en Couleurs. 152 pp., approximately 150 color illustrations. Large 4to, wraps. 1996.
      This handsome catalogue accompanies a traveling exhibition devoted to the history of trichromatic color engraving, the invention of Jacob Christophe Le Blon (1667-1741). Beginning with works that predate Le Blon's discovery in 1710, this finely illustrated catalogue discusses the history and technique of color in engraving, Le Blon's background and the steps by which he made his discovery, and the engraving developed after that point. The use of color engraving for medical manuals was exploited early on, and this show contains many fine examples. Text in French.



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    • Art et Publicite: 1890 - 1990: Exposition Realisee.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Art et Publicite: 1890 - 1990: Exposition Realisee. 562 pages, and filled mainly with b&w plates, though many are in color. Thick 4to, wraps. Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1991.


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    • DANIEL-HENRY KAHNWEILER, MARCHAND, EDITEUR, ECRIVAIN.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, marchand, editeur, ecrivain. 197 pp. text and catalogue with many b&w text figs. and plates. Folio, wraps. 1984.
      Hommage to one of the pioneer dealers in twentieth century art.


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    • L'oreille Oubliee


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. L'oreille Oubliee. 120 pages, including many color, and b&w plates and illustrations. Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1982.
      Text in French. Comes with a 7" record.


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    • Les Realismes 1919-1939.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Les Realismes 1919-1939. 529 pp. heavily illustrated catalogue of an international show of realist artists in various media. Folio, wraps. 1980.


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    • Paris - Moscou, 1900 - 1930.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Paris - Moscou, 1900 - 1930. (Arts Plastiques, Arts Appliques et Objets Utilitaires, Architecture, Urbanisme, Agitprop, Affiche, Theatre-Ballet, Litterature, Musique, Cinema, Photo Creative. 779 pp. with 655 illustrations, of which 145 are in color. Stout 4to, wraps. 1991.
      Reduced format reprint of the catalogue to the important exhibition, exploring the dialogue between the avant garde artists and trends of Paris and Moscow. With additional essays and illustrations; text in French.


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    • Presences Polonaises.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Presences Polonaises. 335 pp., with numerous b&w and some color illustrations. Large 4to wraps. 1983.


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    • L'Univers de Borges.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. L'Univers de Borges. 164 pp. with duotone illustrations. Square 4to, wraps. 1992.


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    • Dada: L'exposition / The Exhibition


    • PARIS. Centre Pompidou. Dada: L'exposition / The Exhibition. 60 pages with approximately 75 color and b&w plates. 4to, wraps. 2005.
      Text in French and English.


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    • PARIS - BERLIN 1900-1933.


    • PARIS. Centre Pompidou. Paris - Berlin 1900-1933. 576 pages, illustrated throughout in b&w and color. Large 4to, cloth. 1978.


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    • MONDRIAN-de Stijl: L'Exposition / The Exhibition.


    • Leal, Brigitte, and Marek Wieczorek. MONDRIAN-de Stijl: L'Exposition / The Exhibition. 60 pages, illustrated throughout, mostly in color. 4to, wraps. Paris, Centre Pompidou, 2010.
      Accompanies the exhibitions at the Pompidou Centre. Text in English and French.


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    • PARIS - MOSCOW


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Paris - Moscou. 580 pp. profusely illustrated catalogue. Large 4to, wraps. 1979.



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