HUIT JOURS A TREBAUMEC.; JOURNAL DE VACANCES ORNE DE 82 PHOTOGRAPHIES PRISES PAR L'AUTEUR EN 1947. Georges Hugnet.
HUIT JOURS A TREBAUMEC.; JOURNAL DE VACANCES ORNE DE 82 PHOTOGRAPHIES PRISES PAR L'AUTEUR EN 1947.
HUIT JOURS A TREBAUMEC.; JOURNAL DE VACANCES ORNE DE 82 PHOTOGRAPHIES PRISES PAR L'AUTEUR EN 1947.

HUIT JOURS A TREBAUMEC.; JOURNAL DE VACANCES ORNE DE 82 PHOTOGRAPHIES PRISES PAR L'AUTEUR EN 1947.

Paris: Henri Mercher, 1969. Hugnet, Georges. First edition. Tall narrow folio, [iii], [1] and 49 fascicles blind-stamped with numbers, containing 82 collotype prints. Illustrated stiff coral pink wrappers, with original glassine, in facsimile of an elongated Michelin travel guide. A fine, as new copy in the publisher's cloth slipcase. Item #51737

Surreal, quixotic and erotic - this fantastic travelogue is printed in collotype from collages and photomontages executed in 1947. Designed by Henri Mercher.

Limited to 100 numbered copies, each SIGNED by the artist and publisher, from a total edition of 107 copies.

Price: $5,000.00

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