János Mattis Teutsch and the Hungarian Avant-Garde: 1910-1935, SC, VG

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West Hollywood, Louis Stern Fine Arts, 2002. 
English, First Edition, Very Good, Soft Cover, 4to, 8 ⅝” x 11 ⅛,” 127 pp.
ISBN: 9638074183

Teal stiff wraps with full-color image of Mattis Teutsch’s work to front, black text to front, teal text to white spine, white text to teal back, teal long gate flaps with black-and-white photograph, black-and-white pattern under flaps. Mild Crease to head of spine, minor edgewear, mild shelfwear to back, mild separation near hinge at front and back interiors, minor soiling to some pages from image transfers, otherwise tightly bound and excellent. 127 pp. Replete with full-color and black-and-white images throughout. An exhibition catalog in association with MissionArt Galéria at Louis Stern Fine Arts from April 20 - July 20, 2002. Includes texts by Louis Stern, Éva Forgács, and Éva Bajkay. A display of some of the Hungarian artist János Mattis Teutsch’s works made with magnificent colors and expressive lines. With text describing Mattis Teutsch’s artistic journey, The Eight, and his life. From Éva Forgács’ essay: “Although Mattis Teutsch was personally absent from the scene of the Hungarian Avant-Garde, he was indelibly a part of it since his first publications with Ma. He was the sole representative of the spiritualized, abstract current of Expressionism.”