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Leonor Fini Online Book Catalog (1987-2011)


Please contact us for prices and availablilty.

NOTE: All books are Out of Print unless othewise specified.
Texts are in French, unless otherwise specified.

Page 1
(1944-1965)
Page 2
(1965-1972)

Page 3
(1972-1975)

Page 4
(1976-1979)
Page 5
(1980-1986)
Page 6
(1987-2011)
Alphabetical
Index of Titles



Variations
Portfolio
(1987)

Galerie Bosquet, Paris

Twelve signed photographic tinted etchings with a signed frontispiece. Loose in portfolio with a molded taupe colored portfolio encased in a matching two-fold case. This portfolio brings together many of Fini's drawings and graphics in new, innovated juxtapositions.

Edition of 175
$2,500

Chat's D'Atelier
Studio Cats
(1988)

Leonor Fini
(French with English Translation)
Photographs by Tana Kaleya

Editions Michele Trinkvel, Paris
&
Guy Pieters, Knockke-le-Zoute

Ten pages of text and numerous photos of Fini's 19 cats in her studio with her paitings as backgrounds. Fini's love for cats is legendary and this book is a paean to that love. From sedate and sleek to rambunctious and silly, the cats prowl the atelier with curiosity, mischievousness and unfailing charm.
$250

Also availabe in an unchanged 2nd Edition.
$85

Leonor Fini
Gallery Guy Pieters Catalog
(1988)

Introduction by Jean-Claude Dedieu

Editions Guy Pieters, Knokke-le-Zoute

40 color reproductions of paintings from 1970 through 1988. Pictorial white paper wraps, many powerful new paintings not previously published. The loss Fini suffered with the tragic deather of Constantin Jelenski in 1987 is evident in the depths of pain and emotion seen in much of this work.
$150



Leonor Fini: The Artist as Designer
CFM Gallery Exhibition Catalog
(1992)

Neil Zukerman
Includes letters from Leonor Fini, Leo Castelli, Oscar Demejo and a poem by Charles Henry Ford. Texts in English.


CFM Gallery, New York

82 color and 54 black and white illustrations; pictorial paper wraps with "Demoiselles de la nuit." This catalog highlights Fini's commercial work including designs for opera, theater, ballet and books. It contains the only accurate and comprehensive bibliography of Fini to this date.
$25

Also included a Deluxe Edition of 350 numbered copies, signed by the author and bound in gold embossed black silk boards.
$75



Leonor Fini
Galerie Dionne Catalog
(1992)

Introductions by Jean-Claude Dedieu, Severo Sarduy and Jean (Bautista) Pinero.

Galerie Dionne, Paris

26 color pages and 3 black and white pages. Included is one of the last photographs taken of Leonor Fini. Maroon paper wraps with color illustration. Includes five illustrations of near paintings appearing for the first time.
$65

Leonor Fini
(1994)

Introduction by Leonor Fini
The Afterward is an excerpt from a letter to Lincoln Kirstein from Pavel Tchelitchev


Galerie Dionne, paris

Light blue paper wraps. Includes illustations of new works which are appearing for the first time.
$65



Leonor Fini
(1994)


Preface by Leonor Fini

Editions Michele Trinckvel, Paris

94 reproductions of paintings in full color and one black and white photograph of Fini from the 1960s. Bound in black cloth baords with a pictorial dust jacket featuring "Femme de la lune." A new chronological look at Fini's paintings. A well presented selection with a few works that apper nowhere else.
$200



Leonor Fini ou les Metamorphoses
d'Une Oeuvre
Leonor Fini and the Growth of Her Work
(1996)


Jocelyn Godard

Le Semaphore, Paris

82 black and white illustrations. Pictorial paper wraps. A scholarly dissertation n the full body of Leonor Fini's work.
$75



Leonor Fini
La Realta Possibili
(1998)


Jocelyn Godard
Translated into Italian
by Patrizia Mantovani

Selene Edizione, Milano

22 black and white and 4 color illustrations. Pictorial wraps. An Italian language edition of Leonor Fini ou les Metamorphoses.
$45

Leonor Fini
(1997)

Texts by Leonor Fini, Jean-Claude Dedieu, Constantine Jelenski, Victor Brauner, Paul Eluard, Jean Genet, Alberto Moravia, Jean Cocteau, Marcel Brion, Max Ernst and Janus.

Galerie Dionne, Paris

Includes 92 pages of Leonor Fini's artwork from 1924-1995- many published for the first time. 19 pages of biographical information and an updated bibliography. Pictorial dust jacket.
$85

 



Leonor Fini: La Vie Ideale
The Ideal Life
(1997)


Neil Zukerman and Joy Williams Brown

CFM Gallery, New York

27 pages of personal memories and a discussion of Fini's work. Over 75 rare photos of Fini, her friends and environment. More than 85 illustrations of her paintings, drawings and watercolors, many seen for the first time. This is the catalog for the largest retrospective and sale of Fini's work to take place outside of Europe.

Edition of 200
$45

Also available in a Deluxe Edition of 40 copies signed by the author and accompanied by an original lithograph "La Grande Parade des Chats," pencil signed by Fini.
$250

Author's Edition of 100 Hardcover copies signed by the author.
$175

Leonor Fini
Peintre du Fantastique
Panorma Museum Catalog
(1997)

Texts by Wolfgan Saure and
Jean-Claude Dedieu
Introduction by Gerd Linder
Text in German

Panorama Museum, Bad Frankenhausen

72 color plates and 20 black and white illustrations; bound in papers with pictorial dust jacket featuring "Vesper Express." This is the catalog for the first museum retrospective after Leonor Fini's death in 1996. The exhibition has works from as early as 1924 and has late as 1995. A wonderful edition to any collection.
$400



Leonor Fini
Portraits
(2002)

Text by Frederic Ballester with an Introduction by Le Depute-Maire de Cannes

La Malmaison, Cannes

Pictorial paper wraps. An exhibition of Fini's portraits spanning the period from 1925 to 1995.
$85

 



Leonor Fini
Leonor Fini alla Scala
(2005)

Vittoria Crespi Morbio
Italian Text

Umberto Allemandi & Co., Torino

Features over 30 illustrations of Leonor Fini's costume and set designs for ballet.
$20

 

Leonor Fini
Metamorphoses d’un art
(2007)

Peter Webb

Editions Imprimerie Nationale

First biography & monograph of Leonor Fini. Includes over 300 Illustrations, photos and Artwork.
$200



Leonor Fini
L'Italienne de Paris
(2009)

Museo Revoltella, Trieste Italy

Official catalogue of the largest museum retrospective of Fini's work, perhaps the finest and most extensive collection of Leonor Fini art ever published. Over 300 pages long, this volume features hundreds of images of Fini's art, life amd career; some never before seen in print. An excellent companion peice to this extraordinary exhibition.

Now Out of Print
$500 (Last Copy)

 

Sphinx
The Life and Art of Leonor Fini
(2009)

Peter Webb

Vendome Press

This long-awaited first English-language biography of Fini features over 300 illustrations from early childhood sketchbooks to paintings created throughout her career to captivating photographs Sphinx offers a fascinating portrait of a magnetic woman who lived her life with panache and elegance, deftly wrapping drama into her art.
$210
Out of Print



Leonor Fini
Paintings: 1931-1987
(2010)

Neil Zukerman

CFM Gallery

Catalogue to accompany an extraordinary exhibition of Fini oil paintings. Each color illustration is accompanied by background information on the painting. Features many color photographs. Paperback. 9" x 12", 32 pages.
$10

 


Leonor Fini
Books Currently Available
(2005)

Neil Zukerman
CFM Gallery, New York

84 pg. catalog of Leonor Fini Books
with photos of covers and over 100 illustrations
from her books.

$25

Also includes a Deluxe Edition of Hard Bound Copies, signed by the author and bound in gold embossed black silk boards.
$75


Page 1
(1944-1965)
Page 2
(1965-1972)

Page 3
(1972-1975)

Page 4
(1976-1979)
Page 5
(1980-1986)
Page 6
(1987-2011)
Alphabetical
Index of Titles

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