Enrico Donati letters received and manuscripts 1943-1963


Enrico Donati letters received and manuscripts 1943-1963

Italian-born painter and sculptor. Circa 200 letters received from galleries, museums, and artists, four manuscripts, and circa 20 printed items primarily relate to the Surrealist retrospective "Le Surrealisme en 1947" curated by Andrei Breton and Marcel Duchamp and held at the Galerie Maeght in Paris, July-August 1947.

ca. 250 items





SNAC Resource ID: 6656728

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