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La Djingine du Théophélès with the "Corps de dames" by Jean Dubuffet. Saint-Maurice d'Etelan, L'Air du Temps [Pierre Bettencourt], 1954.
In-12 square : brown morocco marbled with black, smooth spine, boards decorated with a mosaic of brown leather pieces in reptile style and black nets in relief, chocolate suede lining and endpapers, cover and spine preserved, folder, slipcase (Leroux, 1988)
First edition: illustrated with 13 photolithographs outside the text by Jean Dubuffet.
Unique edition of 75 copies on Arches paper (no. 68).
Written in paralloid language, a jargon invented by Jean Dubuffet's secretary, André Martel (1893-1976), the work was printed by Pierre Bettencourt.
Very beautiful decorated binding by Georges Leroux.
(J. Dubuffet, Prospectus et tous écrits suivants II, pp. 74-75.- Dubos,
Les Désordres de la mémoire, 1998, pp. 110-111.)
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