Letter, 1954, to Pierre Descargues.


Letter, 1954, to Pierre Descargues.

Recounting his first exhibition at Kahnweiler's gallery and referring to Max Jacob, Artaud, Juan Gris, Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, and André Breton.

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