Limited edition of this rare Miró exhibition catalogue, issued with an original numbered lithograph.
"CARTONES" 1959 - 1965
"[Mirós] monsters are not durable and dirigible balloons, but bubbles that boil up on the broth of personal experience, burst and fall back into it."
Catalogue for the exhibition held at Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1965. With an introduction by Schneider, "The Silence of Miró," extracted from a longer essay published in "Preuves" under the title "Au Louvre avec Miró."
New York: Pierre Matisse Gallery, . 15'' x 11''. Original lithographed portfolio wrappers. No. 90 of a limited edition of 1200 copies. With original color lithograph. 16 plates in black and white, and eight plates in color. Color reproductions by Daniel Jacomet, original lithographs printed by Fernand Mourlot. Just a touch of edgewear and faint toning to wrappers.
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