The Surrealist Revolution in France, 1969. A history of the development of the Surrealist movement of art in France, featuring stories from the lives of artists and writers like Giorgio de Chirico, Hans Arp, Andre Breton, Joan Miró, Louis Aragon, Paul Eluard, René Magritte, and more. Written by professor of art and literature, Herbert S. Gershman; published by The University of Michigan Press, first edition.
255 pgs, measures approx. 9.2" H x 6.25" W x 1" D. Very good condition, with light toning, very good dust jacket with some light scratches and wear, bumped edges and one small chip to top of dust jacket at spine. Some underlining in pencil. See images for reference, and feel free to email for additional information.