PICASSO (Pablo). - HUGNET (George s). Not... - Lot 21 - Osenat

Lot 21
Got to lot
Estimation :
150000 - 200000 EUR
Result with fees
Result : 195 000EUR
PICASSO (Pablo). - HUGNET (George s). Not... - Lot 21 - Osenat
PICASSO (Pablo). - HUGNET (George s). Not wanting. Paris, Éditions Jeanne Bucher, 1942. In-16, (4 white)-76-(8 of which the last 7 are white), green morocco, dishes and backs with vertical baquettes in relief covered above black boxes and on the sides with blue, white or red boxes, the first dish being pierced with a window of transparent red material in the shape of a German helmet surrounded by molten lead , title in red and silver letters on the spine, black suede lining, crumpled aluminium foil endpapers, silver edges, preserved cover and spine, black morocco shirt with back and flaps, bordered case (Mercher - 1966). Largely original edition. The poem Non vouloir had originally appeared alone in 1940. ONE OF THE 7 AUTHOR'S EXAMPLES ON COLOURED PAPER OUTSIDE OF PRINTED JUSTIFICATION, numbered by the author. Added, an autograph justification sheet signed by Georges Hugnet, dated June 25, 1964: " ... This copy bears the number I and I kept it in my library ... ». 4 ZINCOGRAPHIES OF PABLO PICASSO on full page on sheets included in the pagination. The artist made four drawings and then, after photo-engraving, retouched the zinc plates obtained with a chisel. SIGNED AUTOGRAPHY SEND FROM GEORGES HUGNET: "to Robert Altmann in whose library I am happy and proud to see this unique copy. In all friendship... June 24, 1964. "THE FIRST "RESISTANT TEXT" THAT WAS NOT PUBLISHED CLANDESTINELY, according to Louis Parrot (L'Intelligence en guerre, 1945). The collection is dedicated to Paul Éluard. EXAMPLE FIRST ENRICHED BY GEORGES HUGNET HISELF, as detailed in his autograph justification sheet, OF ESTAMPS BY PABLO PICASSO: - Etching. Artist's proof on tinted Arches, from the frontispiece for the 20 head copies. Maiden's head (Goeppert 36.1). - Continuation in black of the 4 zincographs before resumption with the burin. One of the only 2 existing copies, on white tinted paper. - Continuation in 4 colours of the 4 zincographies (each in blue, yellow, green, red). Printed on tinte
My orders
Sale information
Sales conditions
Return to catalogue