Gallery of Living Art, A. E. Gallatin Collection. 100 Washington Square East, New York. Director A. E. Gallatin. Curators H. McBride, P. L. Goodwin, G. L. K. Morris, Mrs. C. H. Russell, jr.

New York: the museum, 1933. Unpaginated text and sepia plates on coated stock, perhaps totalling perhaps seventy pages, hardbound in 9x6 inch clothbacked titled boards. A fair-only copy, with large adhesion scars to both covers, cloth spine silverfished and frayed, interior foxed with signs of handling, textblock a little shaky in the casing. One of 1,500 copies issued at this time. Find photoportraits of Picasso et alia, monochrome reproductions, sixty-seven artists represented in the gallery itself; no ownership or institutional markings except for a nice small bookseller's fiche in Japanese.

"The Gallery is open, free, Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on Saturdays 8.a.m. to 5.p.m. It is closed on Sundays and legal holidays... The Gallery was opened on 12 December, 1927, and it is a matter of surprise that hitherto no museum of this character had existed in the United States, the most modern of all countries.."

Cat.No: 196162

Price: $20.00