4to. Vol 1: 281 pp.; Vol. 2: 407 pp.; Vol. 3: 421 pp.; Vol. 4: 153 pp. plus Supplement: 189 pp. Bound in blue cloth with black title to cover and spine. Profusely illustrated in monochrome throughout. Complete set, including supplement, of the 1984 reprint of this classic catalogue raisonn?. Limited edition, number 952 of 980 printed on watermarked Arches paper. Some faint rubbing to the boards’ edges, as well as some very faint dust marks to each volumes’ fore edges. Internally the entire set is in exceptional condition. All in all, a set that has been kept in exceptional condition. A scarce, complete set of the authoritative work on Degas’ life and oeuvre WITH the rare supplement. A heavy set of five, large books, postage will likely have to be adjusted accordingly.
LEMOISNE, Paul-Andre, Degas et Son Oeuvre, Garland Publishing; Brame et Hauke, 1984
KISLUK-GROSHEIDE, Danielle; KROHN, Deborah L.; LEBEN, Ulrich (eds.)., Salvaging the Past: Georges Hoentschel and French Decorative Arts from the Metropolitan Museum of Art., The Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture; The Metroplitan Museum of Art and Yale University Press, 2013