Unpag. catalogue of a retrospective exhibition of the work of Berlewi, held at the Maison de France in Berlin from October to November 1964, covering works created since 1908 across various media including painting, drawing, prints, and "mechano-faktura", comprised of two short introductory essays by Will Grohmann and Maurice Besset, biographical timeline, bibliography, list of items in the exhibition, and 13 pages of photographic reproductions of Berlewi works. 4to. Orig. illus. wrpps. Berlin (Gerhard Verlag) 1964. Henryk Berlewi was a a Polish Jewish painter, graphic designer, and art theorist. His work in abstract art paved the way for the rise of optical art. He was also an important figure in Yiddish book design and typography in the 1920s. (Inventory #: 48436)
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