Sonia Delaunay: Rhythms and Colours, Thames and Hudson, 1972, HC, VG.

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Damase, Jacques, and Michel Hoog. London, Thames and Hudson, 1972. 
English, Very Good, HC, 4to, 12 1/2" x 10", 411 pp.
ISBN: 0500090874

Blue cloth over board, stamped gilt illustration to front, stamped gilt lettering to spine, minor soiling to panels and edges, some wear to bottom edge, light sunning to edges of text block, slight warping to front panel, foxing to pastedowns and endpapers, otherwise, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Very Good black pictorial dust jacket, featuring full-color artwork by Sonia Delaunay to front, publisher's illustrated mark to back, minor shelf wear to front and back, some wear and sunning to edges and head, otherwise, clean and intact. Protected in a paper-backed Mylar sleeve. [11] 411 pp., replete with 338 plates with 75 in color, one fold-out, Preface by Michel Hoog, text by Jacques Damase, section "Beginnings," section "Theatre and Fashion," section "The 1937 Exhibition," section "1938 and After," section "Graphic Art," Conclusion: Invention and Creation, Chronology, and Index. From inside dust jacket: "Tracing her achievements and illustrating her output from 1906 to 1971, the book looks at the full range of her activities: from paintings, watercolours and gouaches to collages and prints, from illustrations and cover designs for the works of Apollinaire and Cendrars to fascinating experiments in the decorative arts."