Maroto, Gabriel Garcia. LA ESPANA MAGICA. Biblioteca Accion, MAdrid, 1927. 4to, wraps, 250pp. Number 731 of the edition of 1000. Inscribed in Spanish and signed by Maroto on the half-title. With an original ink drawing of a man's head in profile, titled "Una Discipula," inscribed to the recipient, signed "gabriel" and dated "Newark 14 Febero 1930" laid in, and with an Announcement Card for the "First American Exhibition" of Maroto and of "La Espana Magica" at Delphic Studios, New York, November-December, 1929. Text illustrated thoughout with color and black and white line cuts, half-tones, and screenprints in a strong Art Deco style. Fragile, with weakening of the front inner hinge, still Very Good. Rare. Gabriel Garcia Maroto, Spanish, 1889-1969, was a painter, printer and writer, and was a leading figure in the Vanguardia, the Spanish Avant Garde of the 1920s. He worked with Lorca and other Spanish artists and writers. In 1927 he went to Mexico, where he produced an important work, "6 Meses de Accion de Artistica Popular - Michoacan, Mexico" (6 months of popular artistic action) published by Morelia, Edition of the State of Michoacan, 1932, in which he gathered his experience teaching in the schools of Michoacan.
Inventory # 13095

Price: $750.00