BROOM: INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE OF THE ARTS - July 1922, Vol 2 #4
The Broom: International Magazine of the Arts - Volume 2, #4
contributions by Cummings, Leger and more
Published by: Harold A. Loeb, New York, 1922
Magazine is overall in GOOD+ condition.
- Issue is complete.
- Magazine displays pronounced edgewear to covers with a well-preserved interior.
- Covers feature design by Ferdinand Leger on front, and exhibit chipping and tears along edges. (See photos)
- Front cover displays a damp stain to upper left corner. (See photos)
- There is no spine piece, if there ever was.
- Binding is fragile.
- Interior is gently toned, and overall well-preserved.
- Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks.
- A few pages remain uncut.
- Pages display some edgewear with tears and chipping. (See photos)
- Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear.
352 pages. 9 x 13 inches.
The International Magazine of the Arts features some of the most interesting and innovative creations in the art world. Published monthly, it puts together works in literature and the fine arts as well as literary criticism. It was created by Harold Loeb and Alfred Kreymborg to bring new, avant-garde art back to the US and "allow the unknown, path-breaking artist to sweep away the old."
Published monthly. Issue of July 1922. Includes a list of works in the issue. Includes drawings, woodcuts, poetry and more. Includes two drawings by Picasso, images by Fernand Léger, as well as poetry by E. E. Cummings and others, and a few short works of fiction.
AS IS! Please see photos. More photos available upon request.
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