l’art non–figuratif non–objectif
23cm x 19cm. 134,  pages, 7 colour plates, 17 black and white illustrations in the text. Lettered wrappers, glassine jacket. Text is in French
The compositional system behind the Alphabet Plastique works of French painter August Herbin (1882-1960). Originally a painter of realistic landscapes, Herbin became an Impressionist, then a Fauvist, before later moving into Cubism and then during the 1940s developed this system for non-figurative abstract art, outlined here together with other theories of colour and design. One of an edition of 1,000 copies, of which this is number 839.
Near Fine Condition in Good Jacket. Minor handling wear and offsetting. Jacket tanned with significant chipping to the spine. Near Fine Condition.
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