This is the Delphic Studios 1932 publication of “Jose Clemente Orozco”, with an introduction by Alma Reed.
The cover, (app. 11.25″ x 8.75″), black cloth with a faded spine, which has shallow end wear, is very good overall, with the pasted-on facsimile signature to the front clean and unfaded, with no substantial stains, and with a secure connection at the spine.
The inside is also very good, the only flaws being a few spot stains to borders and edges, and shallow creases to the upper outside corners of four leaves at the back. The only writing is the artist’s signature, on the half-title page. The only stamp (Central de Publicaciones, Edificio La Nacional, Av Juarez, Mexico) is to the inside bottom corner of the final page.
The page faces are clean throughout, with all the art reproductions, and all text, as new. The binding is tight, with no loose or missing pages. There are no page tears, and, excepting those mentioned above, no creases.
The accompanying photos are of this copy.
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