Picasso: Fifty-Five Years of His Graphic Work

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BOOKS ILLUSTRATED BY PICASSO
1906. André Salmon, Poèmes. Paris: Verse et Prose, 1905. Twenty- five de luxe copies containing one dry point.
1911. Max Jacob, Saint Matorel. Paris: Henry Kahnweiler, 1911. Edition of six hundred copies containing four etchings (G 23-26).
1914. Max Jacob, Le siège de Jérusalem: grande tentation céleste de Saint Matorel. Paris: Henry Khanweiler, 1914. Edition of six hundred copies containing three etching and aquatints (g 35-37).
1917. Max Jacob, Le cornet à dés. Paris: Published by the author, 1917. Fourteen de luxe copies containing one burin engravings (G 54).
1918. Max Jacob, Le Phanérogame. Paris: Published by the author, 1918. Twenty de luxe copies with one etching (G 55).
1919. Exposition de dessins et aquarelles par Picasso. At the Paul Rosenberg Gallery, October 20-November 15, 1919. (Catalogue, with preface by André Samon, Paris, 1919) Cover: Femme assive devant une fenêtre (G 222).
1919. Max Jacob, La défense de Tartufe. Paris: Société littéraire de France, 1919. Twenty-five de luxe copies with one burin engraving (G 52).
1920. Le tricorne: album du Ballets russes. Paris: Editions Paul Rosenberg, 1920, Fifty de luxe copies with one etching (G 56).
1921. Paul Valéry, La jeune parque. Paris: Nouvelle revue française, 1921. Edition of five hundred twenty-five copies with one transfer-lithograph (G 224).
1922. Pierre Reverdy, Cravates de chanvre. Paris: Nord-Sud, 1922. Editions of one hundred thirty-two copies: thirty de luxe copies with three etching (G 63-65), the others with one etching (G 6).
1923. André Breton, Clair de Terre. Paris: Published by the author, 1923. Forty de luxe copies containing one dry point (G 110).
1926. Waldemar George, Picasso: dessins, Paris: Editions des Quatre-Chemins, 1926. One hundred de luxe copies containing one lithograph (G 240).
1926. Christian Zervos, Picasso: œuvres 1920-1926. Paris: Editions des Cahiers d' Art, 1926.Fifty-six de luxe copies containing one etching (G 99).
1928. André Level, Picasso. Paris: Les Editions G. Crès & Cie., 1928. One hundred twenty de luxe copies containing one lithgraph (G 243).
1929. Le manuserit autographe, Number 21. Paris: Auguste Blaisot & Fils, May-June 1929. This edition of the magazine contains a supplement of one lithograph (G 246).
1030. Eugenio d'Ors, Pablo Picasso. Paris: Editions des Chroniques du Juor, 1930. Fifty de luxe copies containing one lithgraph (G 247).
1931. Honoré de Balzac, Le chef-d' œuvre inconnu. Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1931. Book Edition: three hundred forty copies containing thirteen etchings (G 123-135), and sixty-seven wood engravings by Aubert after drawings by Picasso. Sixty-five de luxe copies contain an additional series of etchings. Here the table of etchings has additional marginal drawings.
1931. Ovid, Les métamorphoses. Launsanne: Editions Albert Skira, 1931. Edition of one hundred forty-five copies with thirty etchings (G 143-172). Thirty de luxe copies contain an additional series of etchings.
1933. Tristan Traza, L'antitête. Paris: Les Chiers Libres, 1933. Eighteen copies contain proofs of one etching printed by the artist.
1934. Aristophanes, Lysistrata. New York: Limited Editions Club, 1934. Contains six etchings.
1934. Georges Hugnet, Petite anthologie poétique du surréalisme. Paris: Editions Jeanne Bucher, 1934. Twety-eight de luxe copies containing one etching.
1934. Benjamin Péret, De derrière les fagots. Paris: Editions surréalistes, 1934. Twenty-four de luxe copies containing one etching.
1936. Paul Eulard, La barre d'appui. Paris: Editions des Cahiers d'Art, 1936. Edition of forty copies with three etchings.
1937. Pablo Picasso, Sueño y mentira di Franco. Paris: [?], 1937. Edition of fifty de luxe copies on Imperial Vellum, and eight hundred ninety copies on Arches. Title engraved; two large plates, etching and aquitant, each containing nine scenes of the Spanish civil War. Picasso's text reproduced in facsimile, and printed also in French and English.
1938. Luc Decaunes, L'indicatif présent ou l'infırme tel qu'il est. Paris: Editions Soutes, 1938. Thirty de luxe copies containing one etching.
1938. Paul Eulard, Solidarité: poème. ( Paris): G. L. M., 1938. Edition of one hundred fifty copies with one etching by Picasso. In Addition, one etching by each of the following artists: J. buckland-Wright, Hayter, Husband, Masson, Miro, and Tanguy.
1939. Hommage là tchécoslovaquie. Paris: Les artistes tchécoslovaques, 1939. Text by F. Langer, Paul Claudel, and Paul Valéry, with one lino-cut by Picasso.
1940. André Breton, Anthologie de l'humour noir. Paris: Editions du Sagittaire, 1940. Thirteen de luxe copies containing one etching.
1940. Iliazd (pseudonym of Ilya Zdanevitch), Afat: soixanteseize sonnets. ( Paris: Degré 41 [Iliazd], 1940.) Edition of sixty- four copies with six etchings.
1940. Pierre Mabille, Le miroir du merveilleux. Paris: Editions du Sagittaire, 1940. Nineteen de luxe copies containing one etching.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Biographical Summary xviii
  • List of Illustrations 170
  • Bibliography of Picasso's Graphic Work 174
  • Books Illustrated by Picasso 176
  • Credits 178
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