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Self Portrait.
by [Paris in the 1920s] Ray, Man (Emmanuel Radnitzky).

Publisher Information:
Atlantic Little, Brown, Boston: 1963.

A Near Fine copy in a Very Good plus unclipped dust jacket with light rubbing and wear to the extremities and a small closed edgetear. Internally, the interior of the top edge fold of the jacket has been clear tape reinforced. Man Ray--artist, photographer, writer--was one of the true legends of the Twenties starting out in New York then moving to Paris and eventually finding his way to Hollywood before returning to Paris after the Second World War. He was an important part of the Dadaist and then the Surrealist movements becoming the ultimate bohemian hob-nobbing with all of the influential creative people wherever he was including Picasso, Duchamp, Brancusi, Tristan Tzara and Dali. This straight forward autobiography also addresses his love affairs with some of the most interesting women in Paris and his relationships with others including model and photographer Lee Miller.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition.
Book Id: 22961

Price: $175.00

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