[Guillaume Pujolle]. DEQUEKER, Jean
Rodez, France: Imprimerie Georges Subervie, 1948
First edition. 6 1/2 x 10 Inches (17 cm x 25 cm). Brown paper wrappers. Offset printed. pp. , 2-124; 3 black-and-white plates of Pujolle's work. Nearly all quires uncut. Exterior edgewear and moisture mark; interior has some must, a light pen note on half title.
Extremely scarce early study of the visionary artist Guillaume Pujolle (1893–c. 1965) by psychologist Jean Dequeker. Scholar Michel Thévoz groups it with Walter Morgenthaler's study of Adolf Wölfli and Jacqueline Porret-Forel's study of Aloïse Corbaz as one of the touchstone works in the field. Dequeker later collaborated with Jean Dubuffet for the Pujolle entry in the latter's "L'Art Brut" series. OCLC lists only six holdings.