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  Castel [Moshe] [WITH ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH] [SIGNED BY ARTIST].  
  [SERIES]: Plastic Arts of the Twentieth Century / Texts and quotations by Julien Alvard, John Canaday, Sonia Delaunay, Haim Gamzu, Gerald Gassiot-Talabot, Emily Genauer, Guy Habasque, Jacques Lassaigne, Jean-Jacques Leveque, Claude Riviere, Abram Leon Sachar, William C. Seitz, Alfred Werner  

 
Author Castel, Moshe / de Celeyran, Michel Tapie; Sachar, Howard Morley; et al. / Chevalier, Haakon [Trans.]

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Place of Publication Neuchatel
Publication Name Editions du Griffon
Year 1968
Language(s) English
Description
SIGNED BY MOSHE CASTEL WITH DEDICATION. RARE monograph on the works of Moshe Castel (1909-1991), an influential Israeli artist and member of the "New Horizons" movement. The book includes numerous color and b&w photographs of his sculptures and reliefs, as well as a fold-out original color lithograph. The book carries his signature and personal dedication dated 1973. The book includes numerous color and b&w photographs of his sculptures and reliefs, as well as a fold-out original color lithograph. 300x240mm. Unpaginated. Grey cloth Hardcover with photographic dust jacket. Jacket edges, corners and hinges worn and peeling. Cover and spine edges faded. This signed book by a renowned Israeli artist is otherwise in very good condition.
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Catalog Index Number AR 276 013



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