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The Redfern Gallery, London, 1959. Hardcover, 12" x 9½" (lacks jacket). Small inscription on title page. Spine ends and cover corners are exposed (hence our lower price). All plates intact. Book in GOOD condition. Illustrated board covers, facsimile letter as endpapers, illustrated title page, 9 b&w illustrations, and 20 tipped-in full-colour reproductions of Christopher Wood's work. Born near Liverpool in 1901, Wood lived only to age 29; a memorial exhibition was held at the New Burlington Galleries in 1938 (Newton's essay is an abbreviation of his article in the exhibition catalogue). Max Jacob's short souvenir, 'Christopher Wood in Brittany', includes a photograph of his subject. A full-page line portrait by Jean Cocteau precedes the text. He was a friend of (and influenced by) Pablo Picasso.