Dunsyre: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1972

12 x 16.6cm, 2pp artist’s postcard with the text drawn by Stuart Barrie: “Jean Gris. His knife and fork” as if on a book cover. Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler was a famous art dealer who worked with the cubists and other avant garde artists including Gris who drew one of the best known portraits of Kahnweiler – who in turn wrote a seminal work on the painter. The reference to “knife and fork” suggests that the dealer was essential to Gris’ practice (and may be a quote from the latter about Kahnweiler, we do not know?). It is also worth pointing out that the colour of the drawing here is grey – which is a translation of the painter’s surname. VG+

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