Art/ Collection/ Art Object

This Quarter, vol. V, no. 1

Series/Portfolio:
Vol. V, no. 1 (Surrealist Number)
Publisher:
Edited and published by Edward W. Titus , Paris
Editor:
André Breton (French, Tinchebray 1896–1966 Paris)
Designer:
Max Ernst (French (born Germany), Brühl 1891–1976 Paris)
Designer:
Yves Tanguy (American (born France), Paris 1900–1955 Woodbury, Connecticut)
Designer:
Man Ray (American, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1890–1976 Paris)
Designer:
Giorgio de Chirico (Italian (born Greece), Vólos 1888–1978 Rome)
Designer:
T. C.
Designer:
Valentine Hugo (French, Boulogne-sur-Mer 1887–1968 Paris)
Designer:
Paul Éluard (French, Saint-Denis 1895–1952 Charenton-le-Pont)
Designer:
Greta Knutson (Swedish, 1899–1983)
Designer:
Tristan Tzara (French (born Romania), Moineşti 1896–1963 Paris)
Author:
Salvador Dalí (Spanish, Figueres 1904–1989 Figueres)
Author:
Tristan Tzara (French (born Romania), Moineşti 1896–1963 Paris)
Author:
Paul Éluard (French, Saint-Denis 1895–1952 Charenton-le-Pont)
Author:
Luis Buñuel (Spanish, Calanda 1890–1983 Mexico City)
Author:
Benjamin Péret (French, Rezé 1899–1959 Paris)
Printer:
Lecram
Publisher:
William Heinemann Ltd. (London)
Publisher:
Ray Long & Richard Smith Inc.
Date:
September 1932
Medium:
Illustrations: reproductions of line drawings
Dimensions:
9 7/16 x 5 7/8 x 9/16 in. (24 x 15 x 1.5 cm)
Classifications:
Books, Periodicals
Credit Line:
The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1975
Accession Number:
1975.619.3
Not on view
Vendor: Marlborough Rare Books, London, Ltd
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