Valéry Larbaud, an etched portrait after Paul Emile Bécat, marked "Epreuve d'Artiste" and signed in pencil by the artist, inscribed on image to Jean Gondrexon and dated Paris, April 1926, 145 x 110mm. (300 x 230mm. with margins) -- and a photograph of Gérard BAUER, inscribed to John Gondrexon, and dated 1932, 215 x 160mm. (5)" /> GIDE, André. <I>André Gide</I>, an etched portrait after Paul Emile Bécat, dated 1919, marked "Epreuve d'Artiste" and signed by the artist in pencil, inscribed by Gide to Jean Gondrexon at lower margin, 130 x 190mm. (235 x 280mm. with margins), framed and glazed -- Paul ELUARD. A wood-engraved portrait of the poet, signed by Eluard, and inscribed at lower margin: "'Je n'ai jamias rien cherché, rien trouvé' à Jean Gondexon," 12 x 9mm. (195 x 235mm. with margins), framed and glazed -- Jean COCTEAU. An original pen-and-ink self portrait, inscribed "Souvenir, Jean Cocteau" (270 x 200mm., fold marks), framed and glazed -- Valéry LARBAUD. <I>Valéry Larbaud</I>, an etched portrait after Paul Emile Bécat, marked "Epreuve d'Artiste" and signed in pencil by the artist, inscribed on image to Jean Gondrexon and dated Paris, April 1926, 145 x 110mm. (300 x 230mm. with margins) -- and a photograph of Gérard BAUER, inscribed to John Gondrexon, and dated 1932, 215 x 160mm. (5) | Christie's