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D. Edzard introduction by Gerd Muehsam. NY: H. Bittner and Co., 1948. First Edition thus. Unpaginated monograph of 110 artworks by Dietz Edzard, a popular French Impressionist. Subjects include Parisian women, dancers, flowers, circus life. Edzard was popular in the 1950s and now, again. Clean, tight linen hardcover in worn, foxed, chipped, intact jacket. Gold store label on flyleaf. Art works mostly in black white; two in color, one opposite title page.
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