Brussels: Varietes, Publisher, 1929. Wraps. Good. Item #012065
Printed wraps. Pagination runs 227-308, plus 30 pages of ads and black and white plates, unpaginated, throughout. All text in French. Single issue of this Belgian magazine devoted to contemporary views of various subjects of the day, with a lean toward Modernism and Surrealism, especially in the art world. This issue includes a black and white line drawing by Paul Klee; black and white reproductions of art by Rene Magritte, Marc Chagall, Paul Klee, Georges Braque, Max Ernst, Juan Gris, Giorgio de Chirico and others, as well as black and white photos by Man Ray. Edited by Paul Gustave Van Hecke, a Belgian journalist, art promoter and art dealer, noted for his affinity for Surrealism. GOOD condition. Moderate uneven browning to the covers. Some creasing and bumping at the corners and extremities. Chipping at the head and tail of the spine.