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Josephine Baker & La Revue Negre: Paul Colin's Lithographs Of 'Le Tumulte Noir' In Paris 1927

Gates, Henry Louis & Karen Dalton (intro); Paul Colin (lithographs)

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ISBN 10: 0810927721 / ISBN 13: 9780810927728
Editorial: Harry Abrams, New York 1998, 1998
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Librería: THE CROSS Art + Books (Sydney, NSW, Australia)

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38.0 x 27.0cms, 64pp, 45 large colour illusts, very good+ paperback & cover This facsimile reproduces the look & feel of Cloin's art deco lithographs along with Georges Thenon's (aka Rip's) preface & Baker's own handwritten commentary. N° de ref. de la librería 147065

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Título: Josephine Baker & La Revue Negre: Paul ...

Editorial: Harry Abrams, New York 1998

Año de publicación: 1998

Encuadernación: Soft cover

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Book by Colin Paul Dalton Karen C C Gates Henry Louis

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An artist's portfolio of forty-five lithographs--first published in 1927 and repackaged here with a new introduction--captures the African-American spirit during the Jazz Age that took France by storm after World War I. Original. 11,000 first printing. QPB Main.

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