Dublin: Victor Waddington, 1945. LIMITED FIRST EDITION. Crown Octavo. pp. 39. Followed by 19 b/w plates of the artist's work. Limited to 250 copies. In publisher's quarter red cloth with tan paper-covered boards, red titles and red 'JB' monogram. Grey end-papers. With original light tan dust jacket featuring red title and monogram. Black ink inscription to front free end-paper dated 1950. Jacket browned, with chips to edges. Very good overall. Working right at the heart of the European arts scene, Irish poet and critic MacGreevy knew both Jack and William Yeats, as well as Joyce, Beckett and Eliot. In 1950 he became the Director of the National Gallery of Ireland. Item #45740
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