New York; Praeger, 1969
This was the seminal study that returned Magritte to his rightful place at the center of the Surrealist movement.
Side-lined as too perverse and literary, the artist had become little-regarded until Sylvester's salvaging of his importance.
Illustrated with 33 full-color plates and 63 black and white reproductions.
Hardcover, with previous owner book-plate.