Francisco de Goya

Published by Folio Society, 2013
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Publisher: Folio Society

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Full-Leather

Illustrator: Francisco de Goya

Book Condition: Like New

Edition: Limited.


Introduced by Mark McDonald. Strictly limited to 980 copies, numbered by hand. This collection of 85 etchings contained some of the most powerful images of the horrors of war ever created and is now considered a forerunner of modern war reportage. Measured by 11¾" x 8¼", 176 pages with 85 illustrations. Printed on Insize Chagall Candido, Endpapers hand-marbled by Jemma Lewis. Bound in full leather with a gold-blocked leather titling label on the spine. Goya’s signature printed on bottom page edges. Commentary volume: 11¾" x 8¼"; 72 pages with 23 integrated colour illustrations; Set in Bell with DeVinne display; Printed on Veltique paper; Bound in Balmoral cloth with letterpress printed label on front board; Blocked on spine and front board. Solander Box: Balmoral cloth with Wibalin lining; Letterpress label inset on front board. Bookseller Inventory # FS330

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