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  • Provenance

    Albert Morancé, the portfolio's publisher.

  • Catalogue Essay

    Vol. 1924: Spring/Summer: Henri Matisse Jeune fille aux boucles brunes (Duthuit 448), lithograph; Jean-Emil Laboureur Chez le pâtissier (Laboureur 278), engraving

    Vol. 1924: Autumn/Winter: Marc Chagall Bella (Kornfeld 41), etching; André Dunoyer de Segonzac Figure, etching

    Vol, 1925: Raoul Dufy, etching; D. Galanis, etching; Aristide Maillol, lithograph; Marie Laurencin Portrait de jeune fille (Marchesseau 76), lithograph

    Vol. 1926: Maurice de Vlaminck L'Eglise de Beauche (Walterskirchen 115), drypoint; Léopold-Lévy, etching; Jean Marchand, etching; Henri de Waroquier, etching

    Vol. 1927: Pierre Bonnard La vieille femme, L'Enfant et le basset (Bouvet 104), drypoint; Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita Enfant à la capeline (Buisson 27.63), aquatint; Henry de Montfreid, [Portrait de P. Gaugin], woodcut; André Suréda, drypoint

    Vol. 1928: Georges Rouault, two lithographs with hand-coloring (folded, as issued); Rodolphe-Théophile Bosshard, lithograph; André Lhote, drypoint; Albert Marquet, drypoint

    Vol. 1929: Maria Blanchard, lithograph; Louis Charlot, lithograph; Jacqueline Marval, lithograph; Henri Manguin, drypoint

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L'Art d'Aujourd'hui

1924-1929
A group of seven portfolios containing 24 original intaglio and relief prints by various artists featured in introductory texts plus hundreds of facsimile reproductions, on Arches paper, contained in the original paper-covered portfolios within contemporary cloth-covered boxes.
all S. approximately 7 7/8 x 5 7/8 in. (20 x 15 cm)
Each print signed or initialed, 22 inscribed 'A' or 'A/E', two inscribed 'A/G' (from 1924) in pencil, from the deluxe edition of 105, one of the first of five examples of 1925-1929 and the first of seven of 1924 (there is also a regular edition without the signed prints), printed and published by Albert Morancé, Paris, the title pages note that this example, lettered 'A', was printed for Albert Morancé.

Estimate
$10,000 - 15,000 

Sold for $12,500

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New York Auction 17 October 2018