• Not on view
Author
with introduction by Léon Degand
Collaborating artist
after Jean (Hans) Arp, after Giacomo Balla, after Robert Delaunay, after Sonia Delaunay-Terk, after Albert Gleizes, after Auguste Herbin, after Vasily Kandinsky, after Paul Klee, after František Kupka, after Fernand Léger, after Alberto Magnelli, after Piet Mondrian, after Francis Picabia, after Sophie Taeuber-Arp, after Theo van Doesburg, after Jacques Villon
Medium
Portfolio of sixteen screenprint reproductions after paintings and drawings
Dimensions
composition (see child records): dimensions vary; sheet (each approx.): 25 3/16 × 19 5/16" (64 × 49 cm)
Publisher
Édition Art d'Aujourd'hui, Boulogne
Printer
Édition Art d'Aujourd'hui, Boulogne
Edition
300
Credit
The Louis E. Stern Collection
Object number
1106.1964.1-16
Type
Portfolio
Department
Drawings and Prints
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