Titolo: THE MILWAUKEE ARTS MONTHLY
Casa editrice: SAMUEL PESSIN, Milwaukee, Wi
Data di pubblicazione: 1922
Legatura: STIFF PAPER ILLUSTRATED WRAPS
Condizione libro: VERY GOOD CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION THUS.
Tipologia articolo: MAGAZINE
34 PAGES. BEN HECHT ESSAY :"HOCH DAS DADAISMUS!" A CRITICAL ESSAY REVUE OF GEORGE GROSZ AND HIS ART WITH A TIPPED IN ILLUSTRATION BY GEORGE GROSZ IN "THE MILWAUKEE ARTS MONTHLY" MAGAZINE VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2, OCTOBER, 1922. THIS ISSUE ALSO CONTAINS TWO CRITICAL ARTICLES ABOUT BEN HECHT'S BOOKS, "FANTAZIUS MALLARE " AND " GARGOYLES" BY T. K. HEDRICK. "FANTAZIUS MALLARE IS A LITERARY CURIOSITY AND ARTISTIC" "ONE MIGHT CALL IT THE MENTAL DISSECTION OF A SADISTIC EGOMANIAC" STATES HEDRICK WHO REFUSES TO REVIEW THE BOOK AS THE WORK OF A MADMAN. THERE IS AGREAT B/W CARICATURE OF BEN HECHT IN 1922 BY ERIK JOHAN SMITH THAT IS TIPPED IN. IN FACT, THERE ARE SEVEN TIPPED IN ILLUSTRATIONS IN THIS RARE SHORT LIVED MAGAZINE THERE IS A SHORT POEM " BABY SONG OF THE FOUR WINDS" BY CARL SANDBURG. Size: 7 7/8" X 11 9/16". Codice inventario libreria 222040
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