Rizzoli Dora Maar: Paris In The Time Of Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, And Picasso

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Dora Maar: Paris In The Time Of Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, And Picasso

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Dora Maar, an enchanting Surrealist photographer, poet, and favored muse of Pablo Picasso, ceased from the public eye when she stopped creating her moving work in the late 1930s. In this all-inclusive volume, readers will take a dive back into the alluring atmosphere of early 20th-century Paris, exploring Maar’s creative life, never-before-published images, and friendships with intellectuals of the day including Paul Éluard and Marie-Laure de Noailles.

  • By Louise Baring.
  • Edited by Ellen Nidy.
  • Published by Rizzoli. (March 28, 2017.)
  • Hardcover.
  • 224 pages.
  • 8.25” length x 1.00” width x 10.25” height (approximately).
  • ISBN: 9780847858538.
Style #505163476
Founded by media mogul Angelo Rizzoli in Italy in 1929, this prestigious publishing house launched its U.S. operations in 1974, showcasing the works of legendary fashion designers, architects, and photographers. Stunning reprints of some of the world’s most-iconic imagery make Rizzoli’s beautifully packaged and carefully bound books essential additions to a well-curated coffee-table collection.

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