Series: XXe siècle

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XXe siècle, Hommage à Henri Matisse, 1970, linoleum exécuté par Henri Matisse en 1938 pour la revue by Henri Matisserevue) (special
XXe siècle, Panorama 68, I, juin 1968, lithographies originales de Marino Marini et Maurice Estève by Société internationale d'art XXe sièclerevue) (No. 30
XXe siècle, Panorama 68, II, décembre 1968, lithographies originales de Joan Miró et Serge Poliakoff by Société internationale d'art XXe sièclerevue) (No. 31
XXe siècle, Panorama 71, II, décembre 1971, sérigraphie d'Yaacov Agam, lithographies originales d'Alexander Calder et Zao Wou-Ki by Société internationale d'art XXe sièclerevue) (No. 37
XXe siècle, Panorama 72, II, décembre 1972, lithographies originales de Sonia Delaunay et Maurice Estève by Société internationale d'art XXe sièclerevue) (no. 39
XXe siècle, Panorama 73, II, décembre 1973, lithographies originales de Hans Hartung et Robert Indiana, U.S.Art II by Société internationale d'art XXe sièclerevue) (no. 41
XXe siècle by Société internationale d'art XXe sièclerevue) (No. 50

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