My Galleries and Painters
Kahnweiler was Picasso's lifelong dealer, a major figure in the development of modern art, and one of Cubism's earliest champions. This volume presents the conversations he had with Francis Crémieux, in which he discusses his life, beliefs, practices, friendships with the great artists and writers of his day, all providing a sense of the fertile intellectual ground in which Cubism developed. Originally published as Mes Galeries et mes peintres by Editions Gallimard, Paris, in 1961. Includes an extensive additional interview conducted shortly before Kahnweiler's death. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Cremieux, Francis Kahnweiler, Daniel-Henry
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