New York: Associated American Artists, 1939. Softbound. Good-, tear to creaseline of fold on front cover, cover detatched from rest, museum stamps on front cover. Not as bad as it sounds. BW illustrated wraps. 15 bw reproductions, including covers. A scarce item on this Spanish Ex-Patriate who was sent here by his government in 1939 to paint mural panels for the Spanish Government Pavillion at the New York World's Fair. A change in that government after his arrival meant these panels were not hung, and he chose exile. With the fall of the Spanish Republic in 1939 he was forced into an exile which lasted more than 37 years, living first in New York and then in Paris. Included in this rare catalogue is an open letter in the catalog to Ernest Hemingway in which he sets forth his artistic philosophy. (Inventory #: 104273)
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