BIBLIOGRAPHIE

WORKS ILLUSTRATED BY Aristide Maillol
PUBLIUS VERGILIUS MARO, ECLOGAE. -- With 43 wood engravings by Aristide Maillol. Latin and German text (translated by R. A. Schröder), Latin and French text (translated by Marc Lafargue), Latin and English text (translated by J. H. Mason). Published by Harry Graf Kessler, Cranach Press, Weimar. (German and French editions published in 1926, English edition published in 1927).
E. VERHAEREN, BELLE CHAIR. -- Eleven unpublished poems. With 11 lithographs and 3 wood engravings by Aristide Maillol. Editions d'Art Edouard Pelletan at Helleu et Sergent, Paris 1931.
OVIDE, L'ART D'AIMER. -- With 15 wood engravings and 12 lithographs by Aristide Maillol. French translation by Henry Bornecque. Published by Philippe Gonin, Paris, 1935.
LONGUS, DAPHNIS ET CHLOE. -- With 56 wood engravings by Aristide Maillol. French edition (translated by Messire J. Amiot, reviewed by P.L. Courier), and English edition (translated by G. Thornley) published in 1937. Published by Philippe Gonin, Paris.
In préparation:
P. VIRGILL MARONIS, GEORGICA. -- With numerous wood engravings by Aristide Maillol. 2 vols., complete Latin text of the Edition Princeps, French version by J. Delille, preface by A. Mary. To be published by Editions Philippe Gonin, Paris, 1939.
LES ODES D'HORACE. -- Illustrated with wood engravings by Aristide Maillol. To be published by Editions Philippe Gonin, Paris, 1939.
VERLAINE, CHANSONS POUR ELLE. -- With 25 wood engravings by Aristide Maillol. To be published by Editions d'Art Edouard Pelletan, at Helleu et Sergent, Paris, 1939.
LE LIVRE DES FOLASTRERIES. -- With 50 etchings by Aristide Maillol. To be published by Editions Ambroise Vollard, Paris.

BOOCKS ON Maillol
MIRBEAU (Octave): Aristide Maillol. Paris, Crès et Cie, 1922.
LAFARGUE (Marc): Aristide Maillol, sculpteur et lithographe. Paris, Frapier, 1925.
KUHN (Alfred): Aristide Maillol. Leipzig, Seemann, 1925.
DENIS (Maurice): A. Maillol. Paris, Crès et Cie, 1925.
ZERVOS (Christian): Aristide Maillol. Fascicule d'Automne, L'Art d'Aujourd'hui, 1925.
CAMO (Pierre): Aristide Maillol. Paris, Gallimard, 1926.
WALDEMAR (George): "Le Miracle de Maillol". Album d'Art Druet. Paris, Librairie de France, 1927.
RENÉ-JEAN: "Maillol". Album « Galerie d'Estampes ». Paris, Braun et Cie, 1936.
CLADEL (Judith): Maillol, sa vie, son œuvre, ses idées, Paris, Grasset, 1937.
DORMOY (Marie): Maillol. Special issue: Arts et Métiers Graphiques. Paris, 1937.
SENTENAC (Paul): Aristide Maillol. Paris, Peyre, 1937.
REWALD (John): Les Ateliers de Maillol. Special issue: Point. Colmar, Novembre 1938.

BOOKS WITH CHAPTERS ON Maillol
MEIER-GRAEFE (J.): Entwicklungsgeschichte der modernen Kunst. Stuttgart, Hoffmann, 1904.
DENIS (Maurice): Théories, 1890-1910. Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Occident, 1912.
KUHN (Alfred): Neuere Plastik von 1800 bis zur Gegenwart. München, Delphin-Verlag, 1922.
FONTAINAS (André) and VAUXCELLES (Louis): L'Architecture et la Sculpture, Histoire Générale de l'Art Français de la Révolution à nos jours, tome II. Paris, 1922.
HAUSENSTEIN (W.): Der nackte Mensch in der Kunst aller Zeiten. München, Piper, 1924.
LANDAU (Rom): Der unbestechliche Minos. Hamburg, Harder Verlag, 1925.
EINSTEIN (Carl): Die Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts. Berlin, Propyläen-Verlag, 1926.
SCHEFFLER (Karl): Die europäische Kunst im 19. Jahrhundert. 2 vol. 1927.
MARTINIE (A.-H.): La Sculpture. Paris, Rieder, 1928.
CASSON (Stanley): Some modern Sculptors. Oxford 1928.
BASLER (Adolphe): La Sculpture Moderne en France. Paris, Crès et Cie, 1928.
GRAMON (E. de): Mémoires, tome III. Paris, Grasset, 1929.
RAVE (Paul O.): Deutsche Bildnerkunst von Schadow bis zur Gegenwart. Berlin, 1929.
THIEME-BECKER: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, vol. 23. Leipzig, 1929.
BASLER (Adolphe) and KUNSTLER (Charles): Le Dessin et la Gravure moderne en France. Paris, Crès et Cie, 1930.
Dictionnaire Biographique des Artistes contemporains, vol. II. Paris, 1931.
SENTENAC (Paul): Dans la Ronde des Couleurs. Paris, Editions du Cygne, 1932.
COLOMBIER (P. du) and MANUEL (R.): Tableau du XXe Siècle : Les Arts. Paris, Denoël et Steele, 1933.
JEDLICKA (Gotthard): Begegnungen. Basel, Schwabe, 1933.
GIROU (Jean): Profils Occitans. Carcassonne, Jordy, 1934.
GIEDION-WELCKER (C.): Moderne Plastik. Zürich, 1937
GIROU (Jean): Sculpteurs du Midi. Paris, Floury, 1938.
D'ORS (Eugénio) and LASSAIGNE (J.): Almanach des Arts. Paris, Fayard, 1938.
ROSTRUP (Harvard): Franske Billethuggere. Kœbenhavn, Levin et Munksgaard, 1938.
VOLLARD (Ambroise): Souvenirs d'un marchand de tableaux. Paris, A. Michel, 1938.

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