London: Mayor Gallery, 1936.
Booklet, stapled in wrappers (22 x cm.),  pages (including wrappers). Bibliography. FIRST EDITION. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Mayor Gallery, London, November, 1936. The Mayor Gallery, founded in 1925 and still operating today, was a ground breaking gallery for Modernists in London, exhibiting or representing European artists like Gris, Braque, Ernst, Miro, Picasso, and Klee, but also representing English Modernists including Paul Nash and Henry Moore (in 1932, Unit One was founded by the two, and the first exhibition of the artist' led coalition was held at Mayor). Printed on an attractive watermarked, pale blue, laid paper. Some light soiling, otherwise fine. [OCLC locate just two copies (Courtauld Inst; National Gallery UK)].