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    • La Gloire de Victor Hugo


    • PARIS. Grand Palais. La Gloire de Victor Hugo. 810 pages includes 933 plates, most in b&w, a few in color. Stout 4to, wraps. Paris, Reunion des Musees Nationaux, 1985.
      A fascinating, exhaustive survey of Hugo's monumental impact on the 19th century French visual, literary, political, and cultural imagination. Text in French.



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    • The Popular Image


    • London. Institute of Contemporary Arts in collaboration with Ileana Sonnabend Gallery, Paris. The Popular Image. Essay by Alan Solomon. Unpaginated catalogue with 18 works reproduced in b&w. Small 4to, stapled wraps. October 24 - November 23, 1963.
      Perhaps the first museum exhibition of "Pop Art" outside of the U.S. included works by: Allan D'Arcangelo, Jim Dine, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Mel Ramos, James Rosenquist, Wayne Thibaud [sic], Andy Warhol, John Wesley and Tom Wesselman [sic]. This show was different from the show of the same name held earlier in the year at The Washington Gallery of Modern Art. Cover designed by Jim Dine.
      Scarce.



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    • 1960 Les Nouveaux Realistes.


    • PARIS. Musee d'Art Moderne. 1960 Les Nouveaux Realistes. 278 pp. include 106 mostly color illustrations. Small 4to, wraps. 1986.



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    • L'Ecole de Paris 1904-1929


    • PARIS. Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. L'Ecole de Paris 1904-1929, la part de l'Autre. Text by assorted authors; 408 pp., roughly 170 color and 150 b&w illustrations. 4to, boards. 2000.
      A chronicle of this informally affiliated group of foreign-born artists and photographers who arrived in Paris before 1914, including Chagall, Modigliani, Brancusi, Soutine, and Picasso,Man Ray, Berenice Abbott, among others. Text in French.


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    • L'Art Russe dans la seconde moitié du xixe siècle: en quete d'identité


    • PARIS. Musee d'Orsay. L'Art russe dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle : en quête d'identité. Text by numerous authors; 464 pp., hundreds of color and b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. 2005.
      This exhibition catalogue from the Musée d'Orsay brings together works of art, including icons, photography and decorative art, created in Russia between 1870 and 1914. Text in French.



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    • Allemagne, les Annees Noires


    • LORQUIN, BERTRAND, Annette Vogel and Hans Wilderotter. Allemagne, les Annees Noires. 248 pp., roughly 260 color and b&w illustrationss. 4to, wraps. Paris, Musee Maillol-Fondation Dina Vierny and Gallimard, 2007.
      Accompanies an exhibition. Text in French


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    • C'est la Vie: Vanites de Pompei a Damien Hirst


    • NITTI, PATRIZIA (editor) et al. C'est la Vie: Vanités de Caravage a Damien Hirst. 300 pages, fully illustrated, mostly in color. 4to, boards. Paris, Skira/Flammarion, 2010.
      Exhibition at The Musee Maillol, Paris. Text in French.


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    • CLAUDE MONET

    • MONET et ses Amis.


    • Paris. Musee Marmottan. MONET et ses Amis. 92 pp. catalogue of a group exhibition includes 130 illustrations, a few in color. 4to, wraps. 1971.


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    • LE FUTURISME 1909-1916


    • PARIS. Musee National d'Art Moderne. Le Futurisme 1909-1916. Texts by various authors incl. Futurist Manifesto by Marinetti. 167 pp., catalogue & numerous illus., many in color. 8vo, wraps. 1973.


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    • ETATS-UNIS SCULPTURES DU XXE SIECLE


    • PARIS. Musee Rodin. Etats-Unis sculptures du XXe siecle. Unpaginated catalogue with a 4 pp. intro. by Rene d'Harnoncourt and numerous monochrome plates, small 4to, wraps. 1965.


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    • Lumieres Tunisiennes.


    • PARIS. Pavillon des Arts. Lumieries Tunisiennes. 142 pp. with 81 color plates and additional b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. 1995.


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    • Apollinaire, Critique d'Art.


    • PARIS. Pavillon des Arts. Apollinaire, Critique d'Art. 264 pp. with 110 color, and 90 b&w illustrations. Large 4to, cloth. 1993.
      A unique exihibit of the paintings and artists Apollinaire championed, accompanied by his critical text, as well as portraits of the poet by his friends.




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