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Aristide Maillol

Sculptor (8-Apr-1861 — 27-Sep-1944)


Ursel Berger; Jörg Zutter (editors). Aristide Maillol. Munich/New York: Prestel. 1996. 232pp. Language: German.

Pierre Camo. Maillol, mon ami. Lausanne: Grand-Chęne. 1950. Language: French.

Judith Cladel. Aristide Maillol: Su Vida, Su Obra, Sus Ideas. Buenos Aires: Poseidón. 1946. 298pp. Language: Spanish.

Alfred Daber. Maillol: Expostion-Hommage Du Centenaire De Sa Naissance, 1861-1961. Paris: Galerie Daber. 1961. 74pp.

Waldemar George. Aristide Maillol. Greenwich, CT: New York Graphic Society. 1965. 235pp.

Bertrand Lorquin; Giorgio Soavi. Aristide Maillol. Skira International. 2002. 202pp.

Bertrand Lorquin. Maillol aux Tuileries. Adam Biro. 1987. 80pp.

Octave Mirbeau. Aristide Maillol. Paris: Society Des Dillettantes. 1921. 100pp.

John Rewald. Aristide Maillol: 1861-1944. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. 1975. 140pp.

John Rewald (editor). The Woodcuts of Aristide Maillol: A Complete Catalogue. New York: Pantheon. 1951. 162pp.

John Rewald. Maillol. London: Hyperion. 1939. 168pp.

Claude Roy; Karquel (photographer). Maillol vivant. Geneva: Editions Pierre Cailler. 1947. 44pp., 66 plates Language: French.

Wendy Slatkin. Aristide Maillol in the 1890s. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press. 1982. 177pp.


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  4. Penguin Companion to the Arts in the Twentieth Century (p.416)

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