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Paris Between the War 1919-1939: Art, Life & Culture.
by [Paris in the 20s] Bouvet, Vincent and Gerard Durozoi.

Publisher Information:
The Vendome Press, New York: 2010.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine dust jacket. During the années folles following World War I, Paris underwent a creative fever that brought artists and intellectuals from around the world to the City of Light. The bohemian charms of Montparnasse attracted artists such as Picasso, Chagall, and Giacometti, while a vibrant café culture provided a forum for disputes between Dadaists and Surrealists and gave rise to a group of expa­triate writers. The creative energy was all-encompassing, establishing Paris as the epicenter of new trends in the arts, a position it would occupy until World War II. This title addresses such diverse topics as aesthetics, literature, the changing role of women, and the transformation of avant-garde culture.


Edition: Second Printing of the First Edition
Book Id: 25556

Price: $75.00

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