A complete run, bound in two volumes, of the serial from the Argentinian coastal province, published during the second World War and edited by R. E. Montes i Bradley, devoted to recent developments in art, literature, and general culture both domestic and international, with contributions by numerous noted cultural figures and critics, illustrated in the text and with fine tipped-in color plates throughout. 4to. Leather-backed boards, original illustrated wrpps. bound in. Some slight cracking along leather spine of second volume. Rosario, Argentina, 1941-1943.
Textual contributors include Juan Ortiz, Amaro Villanueva, Carlos Carlino, Rosa Wernicke, and Elias Diaz Molano; tipped-in illustrations show work by Lucio Fontana, Enrique Estrada Bello, Pedro Hermenegildo Gianzone, Cesar Fernandez Navarro, Manuel Musto, Leonidas Gambartes, and Juan Naranjo, and Juna Berlengieri. A very rare complete run of the nicely produced periodical; as of October 2019, WorldCat locates only two holdings in North American institutions.
Book ID: 50273