Dealer and friend to Picasso, Braque, Gris, Léger, Derain, and Vlaminck, Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler is a key figure in the development of modern art—both one of the major gallery owners of the 20th century and a tireless promoter of the Cubist movement. This edition features a new supplemental chapter and epilogue.
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176 pages. 27 b/w illust.
“Affectionate, thoughtful, and perceptive, especially in regard to the social and economic status of art today and yesterday” (New Yorker).
“Highly recommended” (Library Journal).
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