1 - 2 May 2007
Jazz (D. books 22)
the complete set of 20 pochoirs in colors, 1947, on Arches, the colors extremely fresh and bright, a proof set apart from the edition of 100 (there was also a folded edition of 270), published by Tériade Editeur, Paris, the full sheets (printed to or near the edges), the surfaces in excellent condition, all with pale time staining along the extreme edges, some sheets with very minor pinpoint foxing, otherwise generally in excellent condition, lacking the title page, justification, table of contents and portfolio, all framed
all S. 16 5/8 x 25½ in. (425 x 650 mm.) (20)
Isselbacher Gallery, New York, July 1984.
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Memphis, Tennessee, The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Selections from the Guardsmark Collection, September 30, 1997 - December 5, 1997.
Isselbacher Gallery purchased this set directly from Madame Tériade. It was described then as a printer's proof set, comprised of the prints only, and was never accompanied by the supplementary materials. Plate 3 M. Loyal appears with the facsimilie text (found in the final editions) printed on the left half-sheet. The other four half-sheets are blank, before the text was added. This set apparently was a working copy used by the publisher.
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