By Odilon Redon and Roseline Bacou, translated by Beatrice Rehl
First US edition of this first volume to publish a large selection of Redon's later works in color, prefaced by his own "Confessions of an Artist," with commentary by curator and Redon specialist Bacou.
First English translation of the original version of Gauguin's diary, discovered many years after its publication in the altered form produced by Gauguin's collaborator Charles Morice. Heavily illustrated.
By Giovanni Lista, translated by Charles Lynn Clark
First US edition of this compact illustrated guide to the aesthetic and socio-political principles of Futurism, the furious "product of an ethics of experimentation, a savage affirmation of freedom against the institutions and models of the past."
By George Rouault, translated and introduced by Monroe Wheeler
Facsimile edition of Rouault's Miserere and Guerre prints, produced under the artist's personal supervision and including his own preface in English translation, with an introduction by Monroe Wheeler.