My Galleries and Painters Author:Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler Picasso's lifelong dealer and one of the major gallery owners of the century, Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler is a ey figure in the development of modern art. in 1907, when he opened his first gallery in Paris, Kahn-Weiler bought the works of Braque, Picasso, Derain and Vlaminck, then completely unknown; by selling them to his friends he helped to esta... more »blish some of the finest collections of cubist paintings in the world. In these conversations with the French journalist Francis Cremieux, Kahn-Henry Kahnweiler- who describes the inters as"the memoirs I may not have time to write"-discusses openly his career and his artist friends, He provides an entertaining account of the environment in which the cubist movement was born and of the climate in with if flourished.
With an introduction by John Russell and documentation by Bernard Karpel, Chief Librarian of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, including sixteen pages of black and white illustrations.
Cover: photo by Darvas-Scoop, Paris; design by Samuel N. Antupit« less