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Joseph Hecht, L'Arche de Noe, 1926(93 views)
Portfolio with complete text, 6 loose engravings and 1 engraving mounted to cover. Tonneau-Ryckelynck Plumart 133-139. Number 17 in an edition of 80. Numbered 17 on the justification page. Each plate is numbered in pencil in the lower left margin: "17" and signed in pencil in the lower right margin: "Joseph Hecht". In original beige pasteboard portfolio. Covers worn. Fine impressions in fine condition, aside from minor foxing. From the collection of Professor and Mrs. Daniel Bell, Cambridge, MA.
Joseph Hecht was a printmaker and painter based in Paris who aided Stanley William Hayter in establishing the famous Atelier 17, and was a founding member of La Jeune Gravure Contemporaine.
Dimensions: 16 X 23 in.
Artist or Maker: Hecht, Joseph, Polish (1891-1951)
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