D'ors, Eugenio.
Paris/New York: Editions des Chroniques du Jour/ E. Weyhe, 1930.  Quarto, 62 pages and fifty-four black and white plates, with four color pochoir plates.
First edition, one of 1250 copies.  D'ors, an essayist and novelist, was a leading figure of the Catalan separatist movement and an early supporter of Franco. He was also a founder of the Nuocentisme group. Some splitting to spine of orange printed wrappers, binding a bit shaken, otherwise a very good copy in publisher's glassine covered wrappers. In tan, cloth-backed orange chemise, with black and white portrait of Picasso pasted down. The four beautiful pochoir plates are in fine condition.  
Pablo Picasso. Translated from the Spanish by Warre B. Wells.