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Chansons du Passé (illus. Antoni CLAVE)

by Charles-Brun / Clavé (illus.)

Condition: Very Good

Paris: Les Editions Susse, 1944. Very Good. Antoni Clavé. Paris. Les Editions Susse, 1944. In-folio. Non paginé. Important 'livre d'artiste', illustrated by the highly respected Spanish artist, Antoni Clavé, with 20 full page black and white lithographs. A very limited printing of just 51 copies gives a clue to the rarity lof this work - our copy is number 9. Unbound, as issued in printed wraps, card sleeve with black coth spine and matching slipcase. In excellent condition except for the slipcase, which is somewhat marked/faded and rubbed at the corners. ** Livre rare, avec 20 superbe lithographies en noir de l'artiste catalan de renommé, Antoni Clavé. Très petit tirage de 51 exemplaires seulement. Ici le numéro 9 - étant l'un des 42 exemplaires sur papier Arches teinté. En feuilles sous couverture rempliée et double emboîtage. Etui insolé, avec quelques taches et déchirures aux coins. Chemise et intérieur très bon état.

  • Bookseller: Valier Illustrated Books FR (FR)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 960
  • Title: Chansons du Passé (illus. Antoni CLAVE)
  • Author: Charles-Brun / Clavé (illus.)
  • Illustrator:Antoni Clavé
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Les Editions Susse
  • Place: Paris
  • Date published: 1944
  • Keywords: art litho chansons francais clavé


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