Kamata, Keishirô 鎌田 敬史郎:
Erste Deutsche Kunstausstellung – Doitsu-ten 独逸展 [Germany Exhibition] Japan 1926.
Tokyo, Asahi Shinbun 1926 (Taishô 15).
Table of contents, 64 plates with 74 black / white illustrations.
26 x 18,5 cm. Typographically and multicolour designed original brochure.
Valuable document on the artistic exchange between Japan and Germany in the 1920s. Among the exhibited pictures are works by: Max Liebermann (Selbstporträt) (Bildnis von Albert Einstein); Otto Müller (Abendlandschaft); Emil Nolde (Blumengarten); Hans Baluschek (Der Lastzug); George Grosz (Berliner Tanzlokal); Willi Baumeister (Badende vor roter Wand); Heinrich Campendonk (Liegendes Mädchen); Arthur Segal (Menschen in Bewegung); and sculptures among others from: Rudolf Belling (Kopf in Mahagoni); Oswald Herzog (Geniessen).
Binding slightly dusty, due to the paper quality browned paper. Outside the margin, outside the illustrations, the paper is brightened in places, some plates with very weak water streaks. In spite of these small monks still a very attractive copy.