Drawing and autograph poem signed at his muse library the not wise. Autograph letter signed to a collector. Long autograph letter of the artist has a collector. Long autograph letter of the artist has a collector, Richard, dated March 11, 1951.
My dear Richard, again I'm late! First of all: thanks to the recent principal who came to save me from one of my perpetual troubles! But we have not yet fixed the counterpart of that. It will be preferable that you choose on the spot, yourself since you will soon already have a real collection, one could think of one of the big pictures of the doll who survived the war etc. I posted yesterday at the address indicated the gouache and the two ex.Jostled and pissed off, I did not even have time to make a mat for the gouache to present it a little more appropriately. In addition I would have liked to add a recent lithos. But they are drawn on large margins and I did not know how to attach this very large sheet to the package. I'll send you one when I get a cardboard roll. The framer (martin) has not yet signaled me.
I'll call him tomorrow. Needless to say, I am still struggling in daily terrors. Chance would have it that I sold here and there a litho (the first one you have) and of which I had some proofs left. But all this just helps to survive painfully. Joé Bousquet once had the following idea: it would be necessary to find a dozen friends-collectors, each of whom would pay me 5000 francs per month during 6 to 8 months being entitled, by that, to a table of average format that will choose .But how to organize this? The misfortune is that this album lithos - terrible work - gives me absolutely nothing to live, for the time of its elaboration.
Another thing remains in a drawer of my worries: it is the anatomy of the physical unconscious - or the anatomy of the image! It would take me three months of peace to finish it (text and drawings) c. Without material value to me, the publication of this work would be of the highest importance in the sense of my existence. Did I tell you that de caso has begun to extract from part of my correspondence things of poetic-objective interest.We will see what this gives. And if the others would like to do the same job. Will your friend come to see me in Paris? Do you have a proof test of litho: \A sheet of 210 x 270 mm. (born March 13, 1902 in Kattowitz, German Silesia and died February 23, 1975 in Paris). Painter, photographer, engraver, draftsman and Franco-German sculptor. The item \The seller is \This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.