Fernand Léger, Robert T. Buck, Edward F. Fry, Charlotta Kotik, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1982 - Art - 160 pages
Essays on Leger's contribution to cubism, his later works, and his place in art history are accompanied by a selection of his paintings
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