(Clews, Henry) Musee Jacquemart-Andre.
Paris: Joseph Foret, 1959.
Small octavo, unpaginated. First edition of this exhibition catalogue, apparently coordinated witht he release of the de luxe monograph on Clews by the same name, published by Foret in an edition of 147 copies. Illustrated with a portrait of the artist, and a number of his works. With a short biography and an essay by Jean-Gabriel Domergue. Also includes a checklist and list of the artist's exhibitions. Clews was a true eccentric, a wealthy American industrialist who found himself a perch on the Mediterranen near Cannes, and fancied himself enough of a Don Quixote to call his manservant Sancho Panza. Clews' esoteric sculpture became his true life's work and earned him shows at Knoedler and Gimpel-Wildenstein.  A fine example. Scarce.
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Le Monde Etrange de Henry Clews. Exposition 15-30 Juin 1959.