[Art] [Cezanne, Paul] Vollard, Ambroise
Paul Cezanne
Paris: Galerie A. Vollard, 1914. First edition, #348 of 1,000 copies, and one of 650 on paper teinte. Large 4to. (1)-187, (2) pp. Illustrated with frontispiece etching, 56 photogravure plates with lettered tissue guards, and other illustrations. Original pictorial wrappers, minor wear; in original glassine, some chipping; untrimmed; old tape residue on front and rear blanks.

Ambroise Vollard (1866-1938), was a French art dealer, collector and publisher, instrumental in introducing and promoting the works of Cézanne, Picasso, Matisse, Gauguin, Van Gogh, and many others.

Provenance:
Private Collection, New York, NY.

Estimate $600-900


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Sold for $750 (buyer's premium included)