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Titre : 25 Photos de Kollar
Éditeur : Privately printed (Les Presses de Sadag?)
Date d'édition : 1934
Reliure : Softcover
Etat du livre : vg
Edition : First edition.
4to. Unpaginated (26pp). Original wrappers. Some age wear, creasing and minor staining to wraps. Illustrated with 24 b/w full-page reproductions of photographs & 1 color plate by Francois Kollar of close-ups, landscapes, 2 images of females in the nude and others. Heavy foxing to outer margin of color plate not affecting image. Colophon: "Achevè d'imprimer sur les Presses de Sadag le 1er Avril 1934. Planche en 4 couleurs exècutèe par le procèdè Fidhèlio Sqdqg dùqprès les sèlections de Kollar." Text in French by V. Photiadès. Wraps in good-, interior in overall very good condition. François Kollar (1904-1979) was an Hungarian photographer who emigrated to France in 1924. His unique use of light created a feel of mystery which gave even simple images a strong form of expression. N° de réf. du libraire 20302
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