RADIGUET, Raymond. Irène LAGUT, illustrator. ~ Devoirs de vacances. Paris: [Henri Diéval], À la Sirène, 1921.
4to (235 × 185 mm), pp. 39,  (including final blank). 3 full-page illustrations by Lagut. Lightly browned. Original printed green wrappers, covers faded. Expert and unobtrusive repair to spine. Small early bookplate to verso of final leaf. A very good copy.
First edition, number 148 of 198 copies. Illustrator Irène Lagut is a fascinating figure: romantically associated with several figures (female and male) in Picasso’s circle, she was abducted by him in 1916. She escaped, but became his lover, pupil and muse for several years— his painting The Lovers of 1923 is apparently a self portrait of the couple. Her own drawings (like Picasso’s of the same period) depict harlequins, children and horses. This collection, by another lover, Radiguet, is dedicated to Cocteau.